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Old 11-05-2016, 05:27 AM   #1
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New Morryde Step Above RV Replacement Steps

Follow the link and take a look at the new Morryde Step Above replacement RV Steps.

These are installed on our 2016 Redwood 38RL.

They are worth every penny and really add safety and security to the RV.

The steps were very easy to install and work very well. Only some minor adjustments to the door and screen door.

Now, there is NO CHANCE of the steps falling on you when you open the door, since the steps tip inward slightly. You would have to be parking on the side of a hill, door side down before they would fall on you. And the safety latch holds in place very well.

For those who think the Handrail tips into the RV too far??? (not sure about that one) You can see in the pictures that the handrail does not go in that far. And unless you fold up your steps while you are inside, this should not be a problem.

And finally, worried about getting MUD and DIRT and WATER in the RV. Well, maybe a little, but sweeping the steps off and placing a small throw rug inside (like we do) will solve this problem.

These are very well made. Can support up to 500 pounds. (But if you're that large, you will probably have a hard time getting in the RV anyway.)

A very impressive design and another GREAT PRODUCT By Morryde!


Follow the link: https://newmorrydestepabove.shutterfly.com/
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Another solution in search of a problem...
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I'm still not clear how you deal with uneven ground with that step system.
You must have to shore them up or something.

I actually carry an extra step because sometimes after leveling the first step on ours is too high. I'm not sure how the morryde step that relies on the ground for support would work without having to carry shoring blocks.
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It has adjustable feet on either side similar to the electric Jack's that have a pin on the bottom to let out more extension
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Ah, that would work Shane. I didn't see that in the pics.

It looks like the old steps are still in place - does this ladder disconnect so you can use the original steps if you want?
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Brad, at the present time they don't disconnect. But, I'm thinking of drilling out the Pop Rivits that hold the step assembly to the hinge assembly and replacing with either four bolts or pins.
We really like the steps, but they can become a slight pain when traveling and moving every day or so. So if I do my mod, I would remove the stair section and store in the Basement or back of the TV until we were some place for more than a couple of days.
I plan to send Gary Wheeler an e-mail and have him ask the Mor/ryde Designers if there would be any problems doing such a mod.
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Well they look clean and sturdy. On the bright side......Fellow campers will know when not to bother you, just pull up the steps. There have been many time when Ginny and I were awaken on a early Sunday morning by well intended RV researcher.
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I do have to say they are the sturdeous steps I have tried
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Brad, at the present time they don't disconnect. But, I'm thinking of drilling out the Pop Rivits that hold the step assembly to the hinge assembly and replacing with either four bolts or pins.
We really like the steps, but they can become a slight pain when traveling and moving every day or so. So if I do my mod, I would remove the stair section and store in the Basement or back of the TV until we were some place for more than a couple of days.
I plan to send Gary Wheeler an e-mail and have him ask the Mor/ryde Designers if there would be any problems doing such a mod.
That might make for a nice option! You could still store in the doorway, or remove, depending on where you were headed.
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