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Hammerboy

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Posted: 01/21/20 04:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ependydad wrote:

schlep1967 wrote:

I should have known Torklift would have a work around by now. But it's not a cheap work around....


Not cheap, but dare I say BETTER? [emoticon]


You can say it, they are better.[emoticon]

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schlep1967 wrote:

I don't have them but I will likely end up with them. Only because the manufacturers are forcing them on us. With this style of step they have more options for door location since they do not have to build a box below floor level to store the steps. They can now put the steps above the axles. Which makes it impossible to replace them with the Torklift steps because there is now no box to stow the Torklift steps in.

My concern was the situation where you can not get the steps down level due to terrain. If you can not fully deploy the steps, you can not close the door.


I never considered the MorRyde steps can have a significant impact on door location. Just when I thought the upgraded steps were designed with the RV'er in mind.
I find out these new steps can benefit the manufacturer's as well


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We have the MORryde steps on our Winnebago 2250DS and love em. Here are a few photos.

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How does Torqflite steps solve the problem with uneven ground level?

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I still want to know how you get into your rig with these stupid steps, while in storage, without having to move it far enough to get the steps down? Maybe the mfrs should put the door in the far a$$-end or have an attic ladder pull-down in the front?

(sarcasm=off)

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laknox wrote:

I still want to know how you get into your rig with these stupid steps, while in storage, without having to move it far enough to get the steps down? Maybe the mfrs should put the door in the far a$$-end or have an attic ladder pull-down in the front?

(sarcasm=off)

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Very simple Lyle. In my photos above, my Minnie is in storage. The storage is my backyard, and it is free storage.

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philh wrote:

How does Torqflite steps solve the problem with uneven ground level?

I think Torqflite is a transmission. On my last RV trailer I had Torqlift Glow Step Revolution steps and they were really good but expensive. They had adjustable landing gear for uneven surfaces.

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philh wrote:

How does Torqflite steps solve the problem with uneven ground level?


On the Torklift steps the leg bottoms slide in an out individually and then lock into position to accommodate uneven ground (black objects in picture posted above).
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The Morryde steps have adjustable landing gear too . I don’t stop overnight in the woods or boondocks. We’ve used them since the RV was purchased in 2018 at over 23 state parks and COE parks without any problem. If the ground is so unlevel that I can’t use them, I don’t go.

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Bigbird65 wrote:

We have the MORryde steps on our Winnebago 2250DS and love em. Here are a few photos.

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Your photos display what is wrong with the MoreRyde steps.
1. They block the entrance.
2. They dump water and dirt inside.
3. They need to be swept/cleaned off.
Each of those 3 issues are a deal breaker
Torxlift steps are just as stable but have none of those flaws.

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