Originally Posted by Ray,IN
I stopped watching when he began touting the thick step covers he installed. Kiwkee states not to use them. That put all of that video in doubt.
Well that's to bad that you rushed to judgement. Your loss though. But that's what happens when some people hear or read just one thing that raises a possible flag and then they shut down. Didn't even give the idea or lecture a chance to make it's point. That's called "being closed minded BTW". Hard to learn new things in that state of mind.
This is one of the best videos out there on Youtube without a doubt. Myself and 60K other people are glad this video is out there.
You can tell I really like this guy b/c he's so thorough and really helps a lot of folks.
Manufacturers say a lot of things just to cover their butt for liability reasons and the fact is a lot of people just do dumb stuff sometimes and they don't want to be responsible, so they put these boiler plate disclaimers in. But those of us who exercise common sense, watch how to do it right and have mechanical experience know better.
If you use the right kind of step covers and install them correctly they can actually help your steps last the life time of the RV and are a tremendous safety feature for people & pets entering to & from the RV.
I have actually done everything that this video has demonstrated, my steps are 13yrs. old, I have had zero problems with my Kwikee power steps along with no rust, and no injuries and we're FTer's going in & out of our steps 100's of times a month.
One of my favorite quotes from a man in our day that I try to practice in my life...
One of the challenges in life is to have enough knowledge about a subject that you think your right.....
but not having enough knowledge to know your wrong
Neil deGrasse Tyson