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Old 05-19-2016, 04:41 PM   #1
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Steps and Hand Rails

My wife and I are both getting unsure of our balance so I found this system. It is light and folds up for easy storage.

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Old 05-19-2016, 08:27 PM   #2
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folding steps

Where did you find this? My wife is in dire need of one. Thank you for posting!
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Old 05-19-2016, 10:33 PM   #3
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Old dude.... I'd like that link as well. Thanks!!


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Great setup. Anything that lets the joy extend longer, doing so safely like that is a good thing.
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Here is where I found them:

Portable RV decks and steps

The set up I purchased cost $495 delivered to my house in the Dallas, TX area. They can be mounted on the first step but I like ours on the second one instead since we can stand on the top platform and open the door without having to step back. They are extremely well made. Tell Gary that Clayton recommends his product. (I don't get paid a thing.)
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Now that's downright neat!
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I saw one last week(there's multiple models). The couple were very happy with how it helps them access their 5er. The designer will custom make to a customers needs.
The woman folded it up and put it in the basement of their 5er just to show me how light and easy to set-up/ disassemble it is.
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This should be put in the pet area also. Old dogs would love this.
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