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Old 04-19-2018, 07:48 AM   #15
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I have mine ordered. A little pricey but I think the best solution out there.
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My measurements indicated a four step revolution setup but I ended up adding another step.....making it a five step. On the four step the top distance was a little too far. Nice steps....
What were your measurements ?
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Mine measured at the upper end for a four step, and it worked. To get the four step relatively level I had to adjust the upper step to interior floor distance a little higher. With the five steps the distance is all pretty equal, except for the bottom step, which is fairly close to the ground. Invariably I seem to find sites where the ground falls away from the rig on the entry side. My Big Country is pretty tall...
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To the OP, great job and thanks for the post. But I did a search and came up with 3 different steps with the same name, priced from $199 to $599 would you mind posting a link for your steps? Thank you.
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These steps are on our 'Short List' of things to do. 'Weredoingit', my research says the less expensive units you are looking for is for truck campers.
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To the OP, great job and thanks for the post. But I did a search and came up with 3 different steps with the same name, priced from $199 to $599 would you mind posting a link for your steps? Thank you.

The cheaper ones are for truck campers. My 27.5 inch wide and 36" drop 4 step model is A8004 per Torklift. Their website has an application tool or you can call them with the measurements. I ordered on etrailer for 597.00 and free shipping.
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The cheaper ones are for truck campers. My 27.5 inch wide and 36" drop 4 step model is A8004 per Torklift. Their website has an application tool or you can call them with the measurements. I ordered on etrailer for 597.00 and free shipping.
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Love mine.....was the first Rockwood brand to get them.......and I added left over LED light string pieces to the bottom side and use a dusk to dawn sensor.....
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The steps look great thanks for posting.
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I got my steps installed and they are awesome. Very easy to install and multiple adjustments for terrain. Highly recommend !!
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I got my steps installed and they are awesome. Very easy to install and multiple adjustments for terrain. Highly recommend !!
See? There ya go making me want to run up my credit card before the snow melts.

Seriously, very happy you like them.
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