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profdant139

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Posted: 01/29/20 05:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Excellent report -- well done!


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Posted: 01/31/20 06:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I got the Glow steps for some time now and I can't find any complain.I think is as stable like solid one but you don't get dirt and water inside when you fold them.For me they are the best.


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Thanks for posting this - I've thought about getting these stairs. I have the GD 303RLS so your pics are showing what it would look like on mine as well.

I get your point about the steps swaying when using them. I've solved this by putting a jack underneath the bottom step to make it more solid. I also get your point about the lower step being too high - it's not a problem for us, yet and these stairs seem to extend further out into the space where we set up chairs and a table. I'm on the fence, but again, thanks for posting. It helps give me perspective.


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Posted: 02/04/20 08:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you need more pics for reference just let me know. The steps do come out farther from the door, but that makes entering the coach while opening the door easier, so there is a benefit!!


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2Rad4U wrote:

Say hello to my new TorkLift GlowStep Revolution RV Steps!! Well, the box anyway... They came packed very well!


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Torklift also has a version for truck campers, which I installed about 2 years ago

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Not sure where he got his but E-Trailer has about the most complete list and best prices that I have found.
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I was given a set for review and promotion a few years ago. I installed them on our bumper pull TH, still using and really like them.

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I was offered a set a few years ago also but declined as the 4 step ElkHart Industries steps are VERY solid. At 195# my bottom step deflects 1/2", that's nothing.

If I were to go to another type it would be the TorkLift for sure! NO WAY would I want the MORryde steps that fold up inside the RV.


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