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Old 04-06-2016, 08:28 PM   #1
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Inside stairway railing

is there one that will fit the stairway going up to bedroom in a Seismic Wave. Looking for a wooden one.
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We've seen the railings in other units and I wanted to install one. I sent Jayco an e-mail asking if there was anything in the exterior wall that would be a secure backing and they replied there was not.b I've installed lights on the steps and abandoned the railing plan
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Would something like this work?

Teak Handrails, Deck Hardware
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Would something like this work?

Teak Handrails, Deck Hardware
That's what I was planning to install but my issue is there's no backing in my exterior wall to support it.
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Old 04-07-2016, 11:25 AM   #6
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I have the same issue in my Sesimic 4212, I will be watching this thread. Why no hand rail?
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I have seen several that were added by handy owners. You can find the wall studs interior and exterior, wood or metal with an electronic stud finder. As long as it spans at least to of them, I see no reason for it not be possible.

Here is one that someone added.
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