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TCollins

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I bought a step used for aerobic exercising. It is probably close to 3 feet wide. It has adjustable risers that snap on and off so the height can be adjusted and it has a non-slip surface. On soft ground it will not sink in like the steps with legs can. Light weight and easy to store. Got it at Walmart.

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DrewE wrote:

I've used one of these Harbor Freight folding step platform thingies when needed. It would be more useful as an extra entry step if I cut the legs down some; the standard height is pretty tall, and only really ideal when the campsite is sloped or drops off something crazy.
I did exactly that. I cut about 5-6" off the legs, shortened and reinstalled the angle braces and feet. It's now about 7" high.


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Stromberg Carlson 2 Height Platform Step Stool. Mfg No. P-102

8 1/4" tall, adjustable down to 4 1/2" tall, useable on both heights.
24" Wide, 16" Deep
20 pound weight, supports 500 pounds-frame material is steel

One of the best items I have purchased, there are good pictures on Camping World Website


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dickiebob wrote:

Stromberg Carlson 2 Height Platform Step Stool. Mfg No. P-102

8 1/4" tall, adjustable down to 4 1/2" tall, useable on both heights.
24" Wide, 16" Deep
20 pound weight, supports 500 pounds-frame material is steel

One of the best items I have purchased, there are good pictures on Camping World Website


That looks like the best portable unit I have seen.


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stop by a grocery store and pick up a 4/6 pack and 6/2 liter empty pop crates. they are about 4" and 6 1/2" high. turn the over and you have a nice platform. i have seen a couple people use them. not fancy but will work

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We got the Camco adjustable folding step from Amazon, delivered right to our campsite. It's light weight, very easy to fold & stow.

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