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Old 05-11-2017, 09:03 PM   #21
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I'm considering this for my trailer as well. I have some concerns about how it works on uneven ground. I do see they are adjustable to compensate but I'd sure like to hear from you after you use it for a while.

Also, lets say id wasn't ideal for a certain site (such as when my trailer is near my shop for instance.... is it easily removable to access the trailer if clearance was an issue to deploy?
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Old 05-16-2017, 08:33 PM   #22
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I'm considering this for my trailer as well. I have some concerns about how it works on uneven ground. I do see they are adjustable to compensate but I'd sure like to hear from you after you use it for a while.

Also, lets say id wasn't ideal for a certain site (such as when my trailer is near my shop for instance.... is it easily removable to access the trailer if clearance was an issue to deploy?
It's not hard to remove them. Just a screw driver. You would probably want to carry the threshold cover with you to cover the exposed screw holes though.
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Met a fellow at the storage lot this past weekend with a brand new Forest River 5er that had these steps. He flipped them out and I got a pretty good look. The bride first noticed and asked, "Where are his steps?". The space below the door had the normal trim, no cutout for stairs.
They are nice.
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Old 07-17-2017, 08:48 AM   #24
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I just added these to my 2016 29.5BHDS Eagle HT 5th wheel - OMG!!! These are amazing steps and fit excellent. I just need to add the ball stud back for the gas prop on the door.
Hey tledwards25
What model # of the "StepAbove" did you end up ordering for your 29.5.
Was it an easy install?
We have same year and model and was looking at installing these.
How about the gas cylinder? Were you able to get one back on?
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