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Old 06-21-2021, 12:31 AM   #1
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Steps too low!!

Hi my class c 06 jamboree has a single step that manually pulls out, the distance to the first step from the ground is good, but from the first step to into the rv is a little much, weíve even fallen walking out of the rv. Anyone have a good idea for a step?
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You need to upgrade to a double step.

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Old 06-23-2021, 04:16 AM   #3
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Will that step give me a step higher than the one I have?
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Sounds like you are partway between needing a single as you have, and a double step. The 2 step, will help and you should be able to mount it higher to lessen that first step. This is sounding like the dance
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We have used a 2 height portable step on 2 MHs and like it for flexibility where sites slope affects the built in step ht after leveling.

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Will that step give me a step higher than the one I have?
Yes the 1st step will be closer to the ground and the 2nd step will be closer to the door.
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