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Old 09-24-2020, 11:43 PM   #21
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18RBM needs two step system

Bought my 2021 18RBM with the 3 step system already installed by Jayco. I couldnít close the door! Took the measurements per the mor-ryde instructions and it clearly needed the two step system. Took it back the next day and demanded the two step system. They installed them that day for free. I personally prefer the hovering steps for pit stops, but these are nice once set up.
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Old 09-27-2020, 07:25 PM   #22
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I went with the glowstep revolution from torque lift. Cost more, but I don’t have the room to fold the others down next to my garage. Have a 28.5 HT.
Went with the 4 step.
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Old 09-27-2020, 08:56 PM   #23
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I went with the glowstep revolution from torque lift. Cost more, but I donít have the room to fold the others down next to my garage. Have a 28.5 HT.
Went with the 4 step.
I just put the glowstep revolution on my 355MBQS.

I park my camper next to a pair of utility trailers and don't have room for steps like the MoRyde to swing down.

So far I am not sure whether I like them or not. I used the existing mounting slots on the camper and the top cross bar on the steps sticks out and I keep hitting my heal on it. I am probably going to take the steps back off and drill some new holes to get the bar flush with the camper side wall. I also find that the bottom step and top step distances end up slighting different than the middle step distances and I find that a little annoying.

The glow part is kind of a joke with those crappy glow in the dark stick on things.

The steps are well made and the tread have a lot of grip to them and I like that they don't move around like the original steps.
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Old 09-28-2020, 05:32 AM   #24
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I went with the glowstep revolution from torque lift. Cost more, but I donít have the room to fold the others down next to my garage. Have a 28.5 HT.
Went with the 4 step.
The same here Dave. I have had my GlowStep for over 4 years now and it is a great modification to the original 3 step "diving board". Attached is a picture of a campground I have been in a couple of times traveling to and from Ft. Wilderness where the other fold down type steps just wouldn't work. The picture shows a camper behind me that had to dig out a little for their original 3 step to work. My GloStep worked great at this location. I just didn't pull the GloStep out all the way, but the steps were still level and worked fine.
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Torque Lift Revolution! Installed 3 or 4 years ago. Went from 3 to 4 step. The Bride loves them, nuff said.
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