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Old 05-01-2020, 09:31 PM   #1
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Question Concrete patio

Taking a 2020 377RLBH to campground with concrete patio....how far away from the patio should I set up
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Old 05-01-2020, 09:44 PM   #2
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The few campsites we've had with a patio were best with the tires just a few inches away from the edge of the concrete. That allowed space for leveling blocks on that side, and the steps to be positioned over the patio so no one stumbled off the edge.
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I set mine about a foot and a half to 2 feet away from it because I have 2 slides on that side. With the slides fully extended they come right to the edge of the concrete and my bottom 4th step is over it. One of my slides is an outdoor kitchen. If you dont have slides on that side, then what JFlightRisk said is perfect.

I've been to a few places that have the concrete patio, yet where the trailer sits is gravel and that has been much lower than the patio. That's when I run into issues because I have 4 steps and you cant get the steps fully unfolded because the trailer sits too low and/or the patio is too high.
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If you have the Morryde steps you want to ensure the two bottom adjusters are in far enough so that the step is setting on or close to setting on the door threshold. If it isn't the door could contact the steps when you close it and damage the bottom edge of the door. I know this from experience.
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Another note: Park far enough away such that when you leave, all tires will clear the patio as you turn out of the site. That concrete can do some damage to a tire.
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Thanks I do have 2 slides, I'll try about two feet
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I do have morryde steps for the first time appeciate the advice
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