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Old 04-15-2015, 11:52 PM   #1
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I may be repeating a question from the past but I need some help with my steps into our 2006 Wildwood 22FBS. Neither me, nor my better half, is light so coming up the steps they feel mushy being the best word I can call it. Even with the camper leveled it also shakes coming in or going out. I have purchased some of the Sav-A-Step braces but have not come up with a god way of attaching or using them. Putting them under the step does make it feel solid till you go to the next step with the step using the brace actually bouncing off the brace. Please let me know with pictures or description what you do in this case. The camper does have 3 steps altogether on each door. Thanks for your advice and images.
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Old 04-16-2015, 08:37 AM   #2
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Check back in the area where they slide into and make sure the angle iron welded to the frame is strong enough(not bending/flexing).

Another spot is the pivot points. The rivets wear out. Had two break on my. Drilled all them out and put SS bolts in their place.


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