Originally Posted by Tunce the traveler
I used nuts and bolts in the center step but on the bottom step when I used the same nut the step wouldn't fold up flat so I had to use a different style nut (thiner) and (thiner bolt) so it would close properly. Couldn't get a pic of it tonight because it's raining and I have to lay down to see it. Check back Tomorrow and I'll take one off so you can see what I used.
In order to use the ramp when the car is hooked up to the TT I turn the car as far to the right or left as I can, I still can't hook it but my wife puts her foot on the bottom of the ramp so it doesn't slide off and I guide Tunce down. It's not the safest but it's worked so far. Oh, and if you put a real slight bend in the riser it will stay up all by itself and just lower it when you want to. They fold forward so you can leave them down an still use the step like it's not even there.
More great info! After looking more closely at your original photos I saw the nuts and bolts and edited my last reply. But, that last photo makes it even more clear. Where did you buy the risers from? I was thinking I could go to a local metal fab shop to have some made. Thanks for the help Tunce!
Travelbug422, I'll probably order the same one as you from Amazon. It's nearly half the cost of the one at CW. Thanks for starting this conversation too. Can't wait to see your pics!