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Old 09-09-2018, 02:46 PM   #15
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If mine hit, I move the coach before using. If I think there will be interference, I watch out the door window and if they are going to hit I close the door so they retract prior to hitting. Have had way too many step issues to temp fate.
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Depends on the mechanism that supports the steps. If it’s a pivoting arm system then putting weight on it may be a problem but if it’s a sliding system with ball bearings it makes no difference how far out the steps go before you step on them. In fact it’s better with them not as far out because the leverage is not as much
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