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Old 03-30-2014, 01:14 PM   #1
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Port-A-Step Unit...

As everyone knows the steps get harder and harder for the wife and hate to say it me to, ordered the Port-A-Step. Anyone else using them have any pros or cons. Thanks Roger
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I've seen those before. Pretty darn expensive, but if it assists in entry / exit of the RV, then price doesn't matter. We had our entry steps changed from a 3 to a 4 step model before we'd accept it. In our case, it was for the little ones as their short legs don't do so hot on a 3 step and the high entry door on the fifth wheel.

I like the looks of it, and the fact it folds up fairly small and has a handrail.
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We decided to install the 4 step stairs instead. Took me an hour, but it was well worth it.

I like yours too - it is probably a bit easier when exiting too.

Enjoy!
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:47 PM   #4
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As everyone knows the steps get harder and harder for the wife and hate to say it me to, ordered the Port-A-Step. Anyone else using them have any pros or cons. Thanks Roger
Will they work for this situation? Youroo!!
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:48 PM   #5
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We decided to install the 4 step stairs instead. Took me an hour, but it was well worth it.

I like yours too - it is probably a bit easier when exiting too.

Enjoy!
I think I'll be right behind you with putting in the 4 step stairs. 3 just doesn't cut it sometimes. Our last time out the ground sloped away from the steps and they were a bit higher than normal. Where did you purchase the steps?
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I found this at Portable RV decks and steps , they have several different types.
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BombDoc - I ordered mine through PPL ( Used RVs, Motorhomes for Sale, and Consigned sales - PPL Motor Homes ). It was around $240 with shipping. Definitely worthwhile!
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