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Old 10-06-2013, 12:50 PM   #14091
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Must be a lot of dead trees from clotheslines with all the wood Ms. Amy has cut & split.
Shoot......

Btw I'm headed yup to the camper now.
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Old 10-06-2013, 01:01 PM   #14092
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The step pipe is 1" in diameter.
It has an 1" 1/8 drop
From the lowest part on pipe its 20" from the ground.

Keep in mind that the frame to ground at the rear of the trailer is 18", the frame to ground at the front is 30".

So I'm guessing frame height at level would be around 24"

From the bottom of frame to the bottom of the pipe is approximately 8"

you do the math!

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The step pipe is 1" in diameter.
It has an 1" 1/8 drop
From the lowest part on pipe its 20" from the ground...
Need to know how wide the steps are inside where pipe is:
Amount of straight from each side to curve:
Amount of straight in the offset:

Does offset point down when steps are deployed or stay straight out?
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Need to know how wide the steps are inside where pipe is:
Amount of straight from each side to curve:
Amount of straight in the offset:

Does offset point down when steps are deployed or stay straight out?
Little needy today arnt you?
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Little needy today arnt you?
If you want to get on Ms. Amy's good side with a step support, you need to get the dims TODAY!
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Old 10-06-2013, 02:33 PM   #14096
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Typical toby.
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Looks like some engineer has the slide rule . Who might that be ??
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Need to know how wide the steps are inside where pipe is:
Amount of straight from each side to curve:
Amount of straight in the offset:

Does offset point down when steps are deployed or stay straight out?
Pipe is 23 3/4" long
Amount of straight pipe is 6" on left side 6 1/2" on right side.
Offset straight length is approximately 6"
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Rvc congrats on the new bow!
I'm getting mine out today for a few practice shots and make sure all is well.

Got some more wood dumped on me so today I'm working on that.

Oh btw please please never pound nails into tree's, not only can it shorten the life of a tree but the unsuspecting arborist may not like it much when his $40.00 + chain hits it or worse the chain breaks and goes through his leg.......

Amazingly I found this one in the center of a 32" maple while splitting it not cutting it.


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Tree came from a golf corse,I'm guessing someone needed some lighting under this old oak !! They were "15-17" in to a 30" log.
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