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Old 07-28-2013, 03:20 PM   #1
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No biggie, just some stair rugs installed with pics

After spending the week at a beach campground where we were barefoot most of the time, all of us noted how the three metal stairs were uncomfortable to step on if we left our sandy sandals down below. Our old Jayco had just two steps and less protruding metal drain holes, so ordered the 22" wide curved ones in gray and threw them on in no time. Easy install, just held on with some gromets and spring clips underneath. Did a quick test and much more comfortable getting in and out. For those that care to see how they look on....

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Old 09-04-2013, 12:05 PM   #2
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Looks great! My husband and I just bought our first camper, a 2014 32BHDS, and we have decided we need step covers also. Can you tell me where you ordered yours from?
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Old 09-04-2013, 02:27 PM   #3
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DW made a trip to Lowes and picked up 2 large heavy duty floor mats. She then cut 3 pieces to the dimensions of the stairs and super glued HEAVY DUTY magnets to the back side of them. We put them on the steps when we arrive and remove them when we leave. They work really GREAT!!!

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I bought outdoor runners at Home Depot, a set of 13 was only $15.00 and a tube of exterior liquid nails for less than $3.00. I glued these on in summer 2010 and they still are in place. When I went to order the runners with the springs that hold them in place they were $8.00 each. To cover both stairs it would of cost me $48.00 , but I paid less than $20.00 the way I did it and I still have another whole set left over.
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I just put the camco 18 inch ones on mine. 11 bucks, only needed two of them. They work great and indeed do make a big difference.
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Looks great! My husband and I just bought our first camper, a 2014 32BHDS, and we have decided we need step covers also. Can you tell me where you ordered yours from?
Thanks. We got these from CampingWorld about $15/ step. Love the ideas in the thread to save some money! I have another three steps to do for the rear entry, so going to try and find close match. BTW, as a bonus, we no longer have to pick up our small dog every time we bring her inside or take her out of the camper. She can now get up and down the steps with ease on her own (leashed of course).
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