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Old 06-20-2015, 12:26 PM   #11
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Thanks all
We have a Harbor Freight close by and a coupon. The Aerobics platform is a good option too at 6" high. $90 for the SC is a bit spendy but if that works out to be the best option we can order from Amazon.
Once again appreciate the ideas and help!
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Old 06-24-2015, 04:37 AM   #12
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I would take a look at an aerobic step ( see link for example). They are fairly light, very strong and can be configured to several heights. They are also waterproof so they can be left out in rain and wipe clean easily.

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Agree I would go with a aerobic step they have a nice wide base an height is adjustable. Pick one up at your local Walmart an save some $$$.
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Old 06-24-2015, 07:54 AM   #13
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I to have had a knee replacement and I didn't pay the big bucks for one of those add a step things. I went to the thrift shop and bought an aerobic step it came with the extra raisers, I only paid $5, it is about the same width as most RV steps




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Old 06-24-2015, 08:04 AM   #14
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I built one up out of scraps of 3/4" plywood.
About the same size as the trailer's steps, painted black and covered the step with antislip tape.
Sturdy and light enough to carry in the storage area !
Cost to me...0$
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Old 06-24-2015, 08:08 AM   #15
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We bought the Camco Adjustable Step this year. It’s provides a strong wide step and the legs fold for storage, very sturdy. It’s available on Amazon and worth the money.

BTW Canonman, that is simply the best photo of Monument Valley I have ever seen. Thanks for sharing that one with us. Or is that somewhere else in the West?
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RV Safety Step for me. YES, it was very spendy (worse, I had to buy a pair since I have 2 doors). But it works well for us.
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Old 06-24-2015, 10:01 AM   #17
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We bought the Camco Adjustable Step this year. Itís provides a strong wide step and the legs fold for storage, very sturdy. Itís available on Amazon and worth the money.

BTW Canonman, that is simply the best photo of Monument Valley I have ever seen. Thanks for sharing that one with us. Or is that somewhere else in the West?
Thanks all for the suggestions. Really liked the Camco, but at $90 I couldn't get the DW (CFO) to approve the financing. Decided on an aerobics exercise platform. Right height, Right size, Right price (on sale at Sears). This baby should work just fine.

Oakman, Photo is from John Ford Point. Story is that this was the camera location for the movie Stagecoach, (and possibly others). After a 5 a.m. sunrise shoot, I took the DW on the 17 mile loop road through the park. This was our last stop. The guy on the horse waits for the tour busses to pull up then walks "Ol Paint" out to the point for a few photos. Attached photo is my favorite from our Monument Valley tour. Hope you like it
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We picked up one of these too when they were on sale at CW. Very stable and the abrasive tape on it gives sure footing.
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This step came with our TT. It really helps the knees when your site has a slope to it. My wife loves it. Will build a lighter version this winter....under $30
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