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Old 08-09-2018, 09:15 PM   #1
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New steps.

I would like to replace double steps with tripple steps. Kids have hard time get inside a camper. Did anybody replaced their steps?
What steps did you use?
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Buy a nice set of morid steps on Amazon. They are excellent
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Check out the Lippert SolidStep as well. They cost more than the MorRyde StepAbove, but there are fewer problems reported installing and using the Lippert steps.

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Check out the Lippert SolidStep as well. They cost more than the MorRyde StepAbove, but there are fewer problems reported installing and using the Lippert steps.

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Not sure what problems there are when using the MORryde steps. We have had ours almost two years (next month) and absolutely love them. No problems using, storing, raising/lowering. And the stability is second to none.

I've seen people using the Lippert SolidStep in RV parks and they just don't seem quite as solid as ours.

But, either would likely be safer and better for young children th an the two-step fold-up steps.
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I just replace ours with the glow step revolution. Liking it so far.
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Not sure what problems there are when using the MORryde steps. We have had ours almost two years (next month) and absolutely love them. No problems using, storing, raising/lowering. And the stability is second to none.

I've seen people using the Lippert SolidStep in RV parks and they just don't seem quite as solid as ours.

But, either would likely be safer and better for young children th an the two-step fold-up steps.
Many (probably most) people like you have no problems at all with the MorRyde. I am just saying I have read here and on other forums of more problems with the MorRyde than with the Lippert. Thatís all.

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