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Old 11-09-2014, 02:04 PM   #11
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In addition I use a step support under the bottom step to help eliminate the flex. Seems work good.
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Do you have any photos of the bottom step support?
Was the support made locally or purchased.
Would be interested in your application of this bottom step support.
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Old 11-09-2014, 03:15 PM   #12
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Amazon it's basically a jack stand that top half screws up and down..havent used it yet..frankly you could jerry rig one yourself..$12 cost
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Got my new steps from Amazon now just have to figure out how to lay under them remove the bolts and remove the steps without killing myself..
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I have some 2x6 boards about a foot long stacked under the bottom step.
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Got my new steps from Amazon now just have to figure out how to lay under them remove the bolts and remove the steps without killing myself..
I used a small floor jack amd made a plywood platform to set the steps on, and lowered the old ones down and raise the new ones up. It was still a balancing act.

Be real careful, as the bolts can push up through the floor and ruin the floor covering. I place a heavy piece of steel over the bolt head position when putting the new steps on, so the bolt could not push up through.

I changed my steps from 2 to 3 steps.
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