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Old 09-08-2013, 06:03 PM   #1
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Identify kwikee steps

Hello everyone-I picked up a set of Kwikee steps at an auction-one problem-cant identify them-my goal is to adapt them to my 1978 Georgie Boy. Anyone recognize these? The first step stands straight up when retracted-then folds down when opened-Thanks-Al


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Old 09-09-2013, 12:55 AM   #2
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Kwikee, set the model numbers according to the number of steps, on the unit. About the only way to track a year of production would be , to see if the control box has a date on it.
Model numbers from my manual are.
28, was the one step, 32 was two, and for what ever reason the triple step was a 23.
Did the step come with the switches and wiring, and an installation manual ?
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Thanks Skip-They came only as you see them-I dont believe this model came with a controller-I just found out that Kwikee was absorbed by Powergear-they moved the plant from Oregon to my home town of Mishawaka in. A guy from their customer service dept identified them as Model 44 steps. He sent me a manual-I think I can install them with a relay circuit and use a self centering rocker switch to raise and lower them. Now to just figure out what has to be done to the entrance to fit-Thanks-Al
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