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RE: Glow Step Revolution: Pros & Cons (See Update in 1st Post)

Thank you bigBird65
jpetrey 03/08/16 03:09pm Travel Trailers
RE: Glow Step Revolution: Pros & Cons (See Update in 1st Post)

Hello Everyone, we also are product testing Glowstep Revolution. So far I have only removed the OEM steps and replaced with GSR. The removal of the OEM steps took longer than the installation...lol. The stability of the GSR and ease of deployment far exceeded my expectations. My wife is 4'9" and has back issues so not having bouncing steps and not needing the platform I built to close the gap between the ground and first step will make camping life much better. We plan on taking a trip to a nearby state park the beginning of March for real life testing. First trip out review, what a difference that made. Before: https://www.dropbox.com/s/24jd9prl7z9jnqe/ERM_9336.jpg?dl=0 After: http://i.imgur.com/w4Ywx5fl.jpg height=4 width=6 They make accessing the trailer for wife much easier (she is 4'9")
jpetrey 03/08/16 02:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Glow Step Revolution: Pros & Cons (See Update in 1st Post)

Hello Everyone, we also are product testing Glowstep Revolution. So far I have only removed the OEM steps and replaced with GSR. The removal of the OEM steps took longer than the installation...lol. The stability of the GSR and ease of deployment far exceeded my expectations. My wife is 4'9" and has back issues so not having bouncing steps and not needing the platform I built to close the gap between the ground and first step will make camping life much better. We plan on taking a trip to a nearby state park the beginning of March for real life testing.
jpetrey 02/16/16 08:14am Travel Trailers
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Back to High View outside of Ennis Tx this week. we started off in site 22 http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss191/C-LAdventures/Our%20Sites/High%20View%2022/IMG_20150513_163028_zpsolm4elfr.jpg height=600 width=400 http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss191/C-LAdventures/Our%20Sites/High%20View%2022/IMG_20150513_162931_zps8qk2lnzo.jpg height=600 width=400 nice site, several trees but after a couple of hours we realized that the power was out for a while not just short term. So we moved to site 25 http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss191/C-LAdventures/Our%20Sites/High%20View%2025/IMG_20150513_202329_zpsvdyuwmfm.jpg height=600 width=400 http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss191/C-LAdventures/Our%20Sites/High%20View%2025/IMG_20150513_202349_zpstxls7rxk.jpg height=600 width=400 another nice site but not much shade when it gets hot this summer. I am surprised those sites are not under water..
jpetrey 05/20/15 07:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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