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Old 08-22-2014, 10:27 PM   #11
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I had a Torklift Hand rail on myy TT and it worked really well. It was easy to install and very sturdy. I hope this helps.

http://http://www.torklift.com/index.php/products/steps-handrails/glowguide-handrail
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Old 08-22-2014, 10:37 PM   #12
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A bit on the pricey side but a very good idea for older people and disabled.
Now coming up with a way to make it yourself and inexpensive.
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A bit on the pricey side but a very good idea for older people and disabled.
Now coming up with a way to make it yourself and inexpensive.
As I have started to learn from necessity most things for those with a disability are expensive kind of like life saving meds.

If you need it you will pay.
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As I have started to learn from necessity most things for those with a disability are expensive kind of like life saving meds.

If you need it you will pay.
AS to the meds I know where your coming from they are expensive I feel lucky I have medical insurance that covers almost all of my cost for them for both my wife and myself. The nice thing is next year I retire and My insurance is covered for the rest of my life. As to the other things ,trying to make things easier for my wife who is disabled is expensive so I know what your talking about. Was lucky our new trailer had hand rails already in place, awning is electric so if I'm not there she can put it in or out.
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