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Old 07-01-2015, 01:50 PM   #1
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Hi we have a class c, I am unable to go up the step to the rear.
I need to stop then go to the side door up the steps & in. Problem is I have MS so I fall. Husband tries to help but it's not enough so we must call 911.
When we got home I searched for a lift found two but they are in the thousands. Anyone with answers would be most greatful please!?

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Old 07-01-2015, 02:28 PM   #2
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I am also handicapped. We have owned several RVs. The last three were modified to assist my use. On one all I needed was a platform lift that I stood on & it would lift me to door level, then I could pull myself up the two interior steps with my wife's help with her steading hand & arm. After use, it folded out of the way near door on the exterior. I was still walking at the time. Next We bought a Winnebago Brave that had been modified for wheelchair accessibility. Used it several years. Had many chassis (P30) issues (not related to mods) & finally sold/traded it in 2013 for a new Newmar Canyon Star 3911. Great machine. Great company. If you can find one and afford one, I strongly recommend. Gives me complete independence entering & exiting the coach. Everything inside is accessible & wheelchair friendly.

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