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Old 09-08-2022, 07:44 PM   #1
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Glow step scissor steps

Does anyone have an opinion or any experience with the new step replacement system that scissors out We have the solid moryde system that just hinges out and as much as we like them there have been a few instances where they just donít work Just looking at the scissor type and looking for reviews
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Old 09-08-2022, 10:24 PM   #2
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We replaced the MORryde swing out steps that came with our Pinnacle with the TorkLift Uprising steps about 2 years ago. We have an rv garage and the door side is pretty close the wall on that side. There was not enough room to deploy the MORryde steps so the Uprising was about our only choice.

Installation was fairly easy but I did have to modify the inside door trim. They are very stable and the design lets them be opened in tight places. Our set has 5 steps, one more than the MORryde. The fifth step does not have to be used and usually we don't for temporary stops. We've had no issue whatsoever with ours. It doesn't take a lot of effort to open or close them but an occasional shot of lube on the joints is helpful.

I did get about half my money back after selling the MORryde steps on Facebook Marketplace.
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We have an rv garage and the door side is pretty close the wall on that side. There was not enough room to deploy the MORryde steps so the Uprising was about our only choice.

Installation was fairly easy but I did have to modify the inside door trim. They are very stable and the design lets them be opened in tight places. Our set has 5 steps, one more than the MORryde. The fifth step does not have to be used and usually we don't for temporary stops. We've had no issue whatsoever with ours. It doesn't take a lot of effort to open or close them but an occasional shot of lube on the joints is helpful.

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We have the same issue with the wall in shed. There is not enough room to deploy the steps.

This was an excellent review of the steps. I wish that I knew someone that had a set, so that I could try them out. There are a LOT of joints there, and that seems like they would be fairly flexible.

Would you say that these steps are as stable as the MorRyde's, or more bouncy? Our MorRyde's are solid as a rock...
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I would say they are not rock solid like the MORryde steps but darn close. Close enough I never paid any attention to it. We are on a month long trip now and I just went out and bounced on them to see if there was any movement. There is a very slight deflection with a hard bounce but not enough to hardly be noticeable. All the bracings are made from 1/4 inch steel or aluminum.
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I would say they are not rock solid like the MORryde steps but darn close. Close enough I never paid any attention to it. We are on a month long trip now and I just went out and bounced on them to see if there was any movement. There is a very slight deflection with a hard bounce but not enough to hardly be noticeable. All the bracings are made from 1/4 inch steel or aluminum.
Thanks again for your feedback!! That was very helpful...
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