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Old 11-11-2012, 09:57 AM   #1
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Anyone installed a Quadra Step on a Sabre?

Was wondering if anyone with a Sabre or other similar 5th. wheel trailer installed a Quadra Step by Elkhart Tool & Die? Lippert shows one on their web site but now says not available.
The three step seems to be too steep for our older Golden Retriever. Always seem to have to put my portable step down make the first step easier. I have seen OEM 4 step entry steps on larger 5th. wheels.
Anyone made this modification, and how is it working for you.

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Old 11-11-2012, 01:22 PM   #2
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I haven't, but I want to. From the couple of descriptions that I read online - it sounds like it is close to an easy installation with most holes matching up.

The other thing that I read is that it makes sense to get some fold-up supports for underneath the steps as these 4-steps flex a bit more than the 3.

This is actually something that I recommended to SabreSam to take back to the engineering group. On level ground, the Sabre that I have can be a healthy step to get in and out of.
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