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Old 06-13-2021, 07:59 PM   #1
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Stairs like a Diesel Pusher

I've found and original but optional set of extending and retracting set of stairs for my Teton 5th wheel. I've not seen a 5ver with a set of stairs that operate in the same manner as a DP. They were an option and I only knew this as I seen a set on a rig online. Seeing them I've looked and looked. my question is do you think it would be an arduous task. Adding the door sensor won't be hard but the mechanicals of the stairs and how they attach will be an adventure. Curious if anyone Teton owner present or in the last had these on there 5ver.

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Old 06-13-2021, 09:04 PM   #2
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Kwikee Electric RV Step, Complete Assembly is pretty simple install. usually four (maybe 6) bolts for the mount to the underside of the frame, at the door and an 12V electrical connection (through the door switch, of course...
It may even bolt up to you existing steps now...

This is the four step option, they have two and three step, as well as, "DP" style (two step "drawer" type)... But they ain't cheep... (start around $1K)
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