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Old 12-09-2015, 07:38 PM   #1
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Seneca cab step anti slip covering

My cab steps need the anti slip material replaced. What has anyone used as replacement material?
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Old 12-09-2015, 08:20 PM   #2
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Plenty of products available on-line as well as Lowes or Home Depot. Many RV dealers also carry it in rolls.

https://www.google.com/#q=anti+skid+tape
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I removed the steps and had them Line-x'd
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Old 12-18-2015, 10:18 PM   #4
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I removed the steps and had them Line-x'd
Any chance you have any "after" pics? Did they duplicate the pattern of the original stick-on overlays? And do you know if the cured product is resistant to diesel fuel spills? I have had trouble with mine and know they won't hold up long-term.

Sorry to pepper you with questions!
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I laid out the pattern which rolls over each step and completely encompasses the fuel fill areas. Impervious to diesel! I'll get some pictures when I return from the holidays. Definitely the way to go.
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I would like to see the pics as well, one splash of diesel and the current Seneca non skid material will release.
Of course the diesel spill happened in NJ......the state where you can't pump your own. Nobody cares for your rig like you!
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I removed the steps and had them Line-x'd
A similar product is available in aerosol at autoparts stores.
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Old 01-03-2016, 06:30 PM   #8
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The dealer where we purchased ours fixed some on our Seneca they had been out on crooked. Matched pattern perfectly, color and all.
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We were in NJ a few years ago doing some motorcycle riding. A young kid came up to pump our gas till my husband told him that he preferred to do it himself. The kid preceded to tell my husband that he was suppose to pump it. My husband asked had he ever pumped gas into a motorcycle before, the kid said no Sr. My husband then said, then your not pumping any into my cycle, I will do it myself. Went back there a few times and no one ever asked or tried to pump gas for us again.
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Old 01-04-2016, 03:08 PM   #10
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We were in NJ a few years ago doing some motorcycle riding. A young kid came up to pump our gas till my husband told him that he preferred to do it himself. The kid preceded to tell my husband that he was suppose to pump it. My husband asked had he ever pumped gas into a motorcycle before, the kid said no Sr. My husband then said, then your not pumping any into my cycle, I will do it myself. Went back there a few times and no one ever asked or tried to pump gas for us again.
I have fueled up in NJ many hundreds of times. Attendant always does it except for motorcycles, but they will try. I just have them hand the nozzle to me and they can work the pump. Everyone is nervous while doing this but no one carted off to jail yet.
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