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Old 12-13-2019, 01:43 PM   #1
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Steps for Class B

I have searched on the internet for suggestions on steps for the class B van side door entrance. I was just wondering if someone might have a source or a solution. I also wonder if they make a mat for the step at the side door entrance. My wife is small and finds it hard to exit the van. Entering seems to be some what easier . We carry a plastic step but it is rocky and not very big. Thanks
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I have searched on the internet for suggestions on steps for the class B van side door entrance. I was just wondering if someone might have a source or a solution. I also wonder if they make a mat for the step at the side door entrance. My wife is small and finds it hard to exit the van. Entering seems to be some what easier . We carry a plastic step but it is rocky and not very big. Thanks


W V Bum, Bless their soul, Camping World has a low folding step stool that just might fit your bill. It is very steady and a bit heavy. Don't know of any source for built in retracting steps, seems it might be hazardous to try that route.
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Here this link is just one of many for MB Vans

https://www.electricstep.com/AMP-Res...erStep-c70.htm
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How about that, learn something new every day. 1500 bucks plus installation, wow.
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Here this link is just one of many for MB Vans

https://www.electricstep.com/AMP-Res...erStep-c70.htm
Here are some less costly and without power.
https://www.carid.com/mercedes-sprinter-grill-guards/

Also this one for Sprinters, Ford, and Dodge
https://www.sprinterstore.com/produc...unning-boards/
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Hey , Thanks for the info. I just never thought of that kind of step. I was just thinking of something that I could carry and it be stable and wide. I will look closely at the info.
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Hey , Thanks for the info. I just never thought of that kind of step. I was just thinking of something that I could carry and it be stable and wide. I will look closely at the info.
OH well, what about this one?

https://www.campingworld.com/step-st...ht-117256.html

There are more ways to SEARCH for stuff on the web without a web address, is to just OPEN the web browsers and type the name in the search. For example ELECTRIC STEPS, VEHICLE ENTRY STEP, RV STEPS. But just do one at a time and it will search the world wide web and show you, RV STEPS.
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