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Mr. IAMICHABOND yes that is exactly what I use, on the amazon site there is one unit that has two rungs and folds, that unit from what I can see is a better solution it looks as a two rung tire hanging ladder, easier to get on and off.

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Mr navegator,that sounds like an even better one,I have looked high and low for such a step,can you provide a link to that one,Thanks


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I typed folding hanging tire step, and several sites came up the first one was from Amazon and it shows several models, I am on a tablet and have no way of linking sites or even copying anything at all, I keep getting an error mesage from a place in Harlingen Texas, they are advertised on Amazon.

Maybe some one can find the page and place cliky here for everyone else please.

These steps are worth it I have had mine since 2002 and getting the bugs off the windshield is a lot easier, there is only a small triangle in the midle uper area that I do not reach with my arm streched as far as I can lean, but that works with a long handle squeege and a rag.

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Thanks everybody, the tire steps at Walmart and Amazon, etc. look like the best approach. The Heininger Tire Step looks good, comes in a bag and can be used anywhere to get at the windshield, wipers, and hood.

BTW, I watched a You Tube video about having your MH exterior washed at truck wash places for around $40.

Truck stops are also a good place to look for quality RV care stuff like RV brushes on sturdy telescoping handles.

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Motorhome window washer

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If you have the unit washed at a truck wasing facility make sure that if they have wax spray that you also want that on the whole of the C and not just on the cab part, I had the unit done in Palm Springs and had to redo the whole thing so that the house part also had a waxing, on the big rigs they wash the tractor and trailer but only apply wax to the tractor.

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Picked up my Heinenger Tire Step from Walmart yesterday. Looks sturdy, good quality, comes with durable storage bag. Cost $36 online order, free ship.

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