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Posted: 03/17/18 03:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I received my Torklift steps the other day and installed them. They are truly awesome. My old steps were 3 steps and it was a chore to get in an out of my 5th wheel. These are 4 steps and what a difference. I have an artificial knee on my left leg and an artificial hip joint on my right leg and these steps make getting in an out a breeze. They are solid as a rock with no jiggling or bounce. They are adjustable at the top and on the bottom also. Our dogs did not like our old steps but these they jump right up in the camper. At first they would not use them but I put step rugs on them and now they run right up into the camper. This is undoubtedly the best mod I have ever done to my 5th wheel. I am truly impressed....

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It was our best addition, to date.


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Agreed, great steps. Going on three years with ours and appreciate them more everyday.


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Posted: 03/18/18 07:04am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The Glowstep Revolution was the best addition to my 5th wheel.


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I wish they werent so expensive.


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Put ours on within a month of bringing our 5th home. YEA.


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Posted: 03/18/18 10:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I liked ours so much that I had them transfered from my old rig to the new one. I need a 5th step now, though. This new rig is hella high!


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ependydad wrote:

I liked ours so much that I had them transfered from my old rig to the new one. I need a 5th step now, though. This new rig is hella high!


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