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Old 09-21-2007, 09:14 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried to install the "Sure Step" step lights on an EXDP? I wonder if there is sufficient room with the EXDP hidden steps to mount them? You can also just install the light bar, maybe that offer more install flexibility? RVUpgrades.com has them as well.

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Has anyone tried to install the "Sure Step" step lights on an EXDP? I wonder if there is sufficient room with the EXDP hidden steps to mount them? You can also just install the light bar, maybe that offer more install flexibility? RVUpgrades.com has them as well.

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Don't think so....I know they won't work on the LADB as the rear step folds up to be the door and there's no clearance....Would think it be a similar issue with the EXDP.

rvupgrades does indeed sell this item.
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I just installed the single light bar type on the bottom step because it gave my wife more of a footing than just the step. As she approches step it lights which is good if we forgot to put on ext lights.
The bar comes with a metal template and you drill 5 holes for 5 bolts that slip thru slot on bar. Uses 6 aa batteries.
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