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MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 23-3/4" to 24-1/4" Wide Doorways - 4 Steps

MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 23-3/4" to 24-1/4" Wide Doorways - 4 Steps

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Strut-assisted RV steps easily lift and lower with a finger, and the legs individually adjust to uneven ground to provide a wobble-free step into your camper. Fits a threshold-to-ground height between 36-1/2" and 42-1/2". Lowest Prices for the best rv and camper steps from MORryde. MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 23-3/4" to 24-1/4" Wide Doorways - 4 Steps part number MR75RR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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MORryde RV and Camper Steps - MR75RR

  • 4 Steps
  • Fold-Down Step
  • 19-1/2 Inch Wide Step
  • MORryde
  • Towable Camper
  • Ground Contact
  • 29-1/2 Inch Wide
  • 8 Inch Drop/Rise
  • Aluminum

Strut-assisted RV steps easily lift and lower with a finger, and the legs individually adjust to uneven ground to provide a wobble-free step into your camper. Fits a threshold-to-ground height between 36-1/2" and 42-1/2".


Features:

  • Entry steps with strut assist make it easy to climb in and out of your travel trailer or 5th wheel
    • Easily fold down for use and fold back up for travel
  • Quad steps mount and stow into place behind the entry door
    • Keeps steps protected from the elements
  • Easy-to-lift design uses gas struts that do all the hard work for you
    • Lift and lower with just one finger
    • Struts fasten the steps in place in stowed position
  • Stable design is bounce- and wobble-free
    • Legs extend and individually adjust for maximum ground contact, even on uneven land
  • Safety features provide traction and reduce the potential for slipping in wet conditions
    • 10-5/8" Deep top step is a bigger surface area for your foot when exiting the camper
    • Textured step surface and non-slip tread tape help keep you from slipping
  • Aluminum steps and powder coated steel frame are rustproof and resist corrosion
  • Pre-assembled steps come with mounting hardware
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: travel trailers and 5th wheels
  • Entry height (from ground to threshold): 36-1/2" - 42-1/2"
  • Doorway width (from inside flange to inside flange): 23-3/4" - 24-1/4"
  • Step dimensions: 19-1/2" wide x 8" deep
    • Top step depth: 10-5/8"
  • Mounting bracket dimensions: 29-1/2" wide x 25-3/4" tall x 12-5/16" deep
  • Height (in travel position): 47-3/4" tall
  • Drop/rise: 8"
  • Leg extension length: 1" increments for a total of 13"
  • Weight capacity: 500 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Why Fold-Down Steps Are Right for You

If you've ever stepped into a camper that has standard metal steps, you've probably felt that scary springboard effect that makes you reach for the handle. That bounce occurs because those pull-out steps never touch the ground. Fold-down steps have adjustable legs that steady the steps on the ground, so you can feel safe using them. Also, fold-down steps store behind your camper door, which means they aren't left out in the elements to rust or warp like factory steps.


MORryde StepAbove vs. Lippert SolidStep

But what makes these MORryde steps different from other fold-down steps, like the Lippert SolidSteps? The StepAbove has a couple advantages over the SolidStep.


First, the StepAbove steps with strut assist make it easy to use the steps. The gas-powered struts are built in on either side of the assembly and use air pressure to easily lift, lower, and hold the steps in place in any position. The struts also keep the steps in place when folded into your doorway. They make maneuvering the steps so easy you can do it with one finger.


Second, unlike the SolidSteps which have a solid backplate on the top step, the StepAbove has a backplate with large holes. These holes make it easy to sweep the steps free of dirt and debris before folding them up into your doorway, so you aren't stuck cleaning up your entry after every hike or trip.


Will MORryde StepAbove Entry Steps Work for You?

Fold-down steps are typically installed on travel trailers and 5th wheels. The fold-down steps from MORryde install inside your camper's door frame and lift up to latch into the doorway for storage. To ensure that you choose the correct size for your application, follow these 3 easy steps:


Step 1: Measure the Entry Height

Measure from the doorway threshold on your camper to the ground. For these steps to work, you will need an entry height between 36-1/2" and 42-1/2".


If you find that you have a smaller or larger entry height, there are other step assemblies that fit entry heights ranging from 25" to 42". (See table below.)


Step 2: Measure the Doorway Width

Measure from the inside of your door flange to the inside door flange on the opposite side. Your doorway will need to be between 23-3/4" wide and 24-1/4" wide for these steps to work.


If it turns out that you have a wider or narrower doorway, there are other step assemblies that fit doorways ranging from 21-3/4" wide to 30-1/2" wide. (See table below.)


Step 3: Measure the Threshold

Measure the rise of your threshold. The distance between the floor and top of the threshold must be between 5/8" and 3/4". If the height of your threshold is outside of this range, the doors may not close properly.


To allow room for the hinge plate, there must be a gap of at least 3/8" between the threshold and the bottom of the entry and screen doors. If the gap is too narrow, the doors may not close while the steps are down.


Find the Step that Works for You

If, after taking your camper's measurements, you find that these steps will not work for you, use the table below to determine which part number you need.


Doorway WidthEntry Heightetrailer Part Number
21-3/4" - 22-1/4"25" - 29" MR86RR
30" - 33"MR58RR
34" - 36"MR38RR
23-3/4" - 24-1/4"25" - 29" MR26RR
30" - 31"MR98RR
32" - 33"MR98RR, MR45RR*
34" - 36"MR48RR, MR45RR*
37"MR88RR, MR45RR*, MR75RR*
38" - 42"MR88RR, MR75RR*
23-3/4" - 26-1/4"25" - 29" MR26RR
30" - 33"MR98RR
34" - 36"MR48RR
37" - 42"MR88RR
27-3/4" - 28-1/4"30" - 31" MR68RR
32" - 33"MR68RR, MR65RR*
34" - 36"MR78RR, MR65RR*
37"MR28RR, MR65RR*, MR85RR*
38" - 42"MR28RR, MR85RR*
27-3/4" - 30-1/4"30" - 33" MR68RR
34" - 36"MR78RR
37" - 42"MR28RR

*Strut-assist model



STP-211 Second Generation MORryde Step Above Strut Assist Fold-Down Step for 23-3/4" - 24-1/4" RV Door Frame - Quad

Installation Details MR75RR Installation instructionsAlternate Instructions MR75RR Installation instructions



Video of MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 23-3/4" to 24-1/4" Wide Doorways - 4 Steps

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for MORryde StepAbove RV Steps Review

What's up everybody It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today we're gonna be checking out the MORryde StepAbove RV Steps. And we got this put on our camper today. It's gonna be a great replacement for those regular steps. I can even go ahead and just fold it up and out of the way right now. Move 'em up.

They latch in just like that. Now they're not goin' anywhere. Far better than trying to wrestle these out from underneath. You can see they've been here awhile, they've seen better days. Definitely don't want to use these when you're getting in and out of your camper.

Gonna be a pain, they're not sturdy. You can see how much they wobble when you step on 'em. Much rather have these big, sturdy steps. And that's what we're gonna be looking at today. Now, MORryde offers a few different variations of their steps.

Today, we're working with a three-step variation. They also have four-step and two-step, so make sure you get the right ones with the right angle for your RV or camper. Now, today, the main thing I want to say is make sure you get the door width correct. Folds up in there, you wanna make sure it fits in there, and those strikers get in the right place. So the ones we're looking at they offer today are from 20 and a quarter to 33 and a half inches.

So just make sure you measure your doorframe side-to-side and it fits within those. That way you know it's gonna fit in there when you go to fold it up. Your gonna measure from the ground, to the top of your threshold up here, and that's gonna see how much height you need to pick out the right steps. So that's gonna determine if you need a four-step, three-step, or two-step. Then the other thing is the two inside flanges here, is you want to measure those out from one-to-one and to make sure this is gonna fit in here like this. Because when you have to fold it up, these strikers go against this flange and keep it in place. You see, it won't fall back. I can pull back on it. That's what keeps them upright when you're traveling, It's not gonna move anywhere or go anywhere. There's another step that's very similar to this from Lippert and that's gonna be the SolidStep. So we're gonna kind of look at the features of this step. And as I do that, I'm gonna compare it. Both of them. We're gonna compare the StepAbove and then the SolidStep, so you'll hear me say that quite a bit. Just want to explain that before we got into it. So first, let's look at the feet. One of the special things about this one is that feet, they will slide up and down. I have a trigger here on the backside. You can push that and you can slide the feet up or drop them down as you need them. So let me do that again. I'll come to the one that's a little closer to you. Push the trigger right here, push that into place, then you slide the foot up or bring it back down. That's really handy. On the. SolidStep, it has a pin and you have to pull those pins out of the back and then adjust the feet. That's just another thing you gotta keep track of too, you don't want to lose that pin, and the longer the stay in there they can kind of rust up. So they're gonna be more difficult when that little ball in the pin either doesn't pop out anymore and lock in, or it gets stuck in there and then the pin is just gonna fall out. This seems like it's a better system. Just being able to push this trigger real quick, push that in and then slide it wherever you need it. I think that's far handier than having a little bitty pin. They're pretty wide steps. Even the top one being the widest and they have the grip tape on each one of them. So that's handy. If it is raining or something like that, you've got that grip tape ready to go. I know the SolidStep didn't have the grip tape on each step, only the top step. And I also liked this big top step. So like, if you get up to here, you got stuff in your hands and you just, you need that extra space. You don't wanna teeter back and forth on a narrow step. Really just step in here. Or more so, when you're headed back out. Let's say you're heading back out. Not really paying attention. It's easier to step back down and you have more room on this step. So you don't have to worry about a misstep and fall down. Another subtle design choice I like is the hole here on the top step. Now, on the SolidStep, it's completely covered up. This one has the hole there. That's gonna make it easier to clean off. So either you're sweeping the steps this way, or if you want to sweep them that way that dirt can escape and get off of there. With it folded up, we can focus on the handle that runs the latches. So, you turn this and that's what brings the strikers in and allows you to move the steps. I will say that the handle seems a little flimsy. I'm worried about it holding up over time. You can see how much it moves around. On the SolidStep it's just one big handle that you throw and it brings those in. This part, like I said, worries me just a little bit. But I mean, it's still sturdy. It's not going anywhere. I can pull on this and it's not going anywhere. And then it's easy to unlatch or latch back into place. So it definitely does its job. The other thing I really like up here is the handle that's included with it. You see, my hand was on there the whole time. I just liked that it's underneath that step, helps you when you're lowering it, you know exactly where to put your hands. Like you don't have to worry about putting it somewhere where something may slide on you or, you know, just not end well when you're bringing it down. So I like having that dedicated spot, pull my hand, I don't put any thought into it, just grab the handle and bring it down. And then another nice part about it is, you can actually remove the whole steps by popping these pins out here at the hinge. And then you can use this handle just to go ahead and lift the whole step assembly out. That way if you have clearance issues, you're parked too close somewhere, or some people use it when they're putting their furniture in their camper. They can't get that angle with the steps, the steps are kind of in the way. You can remove this out of the way, get your furniture in, and put your steps back into place. So then how you do this is you just pull the pins out of the hinges. I've already removed this one and they just pull out. Now they can get a little difficult just because of how long they are and how they're in there. So you can use a rubber mallet to help persuade it out of the hinge. I've kind of worked mine towards the end here, so I think I can just do the rest by hand. Now it is latched in there, I'm holding the handle just in case, but it is latching. It's not going anywhere as I loosen this. It's almost there. All right, with that removed, you can turn this latch. That's the whole thing up and out. Pretty nice and easy feature to remove the steps for whatever reason you might need to. The other one, the SolidStep, doesn't have that. You kind of mount that permanently and it's there until you want to take out all the screws and remove the steps. Between the two steps, that's the Lippert SolidStep and then the StepAbove from MORryde, I kind of like the MORryde one better. Mainly because it detaches. I think that's an awesome feature to have just in case you need it. It's something that I didn't really think about until I read it when we we're doing the research for it. And then I got my hands on and got it installed, taking that step off. You know, clearance is an issue sometimes. You might need to have to do it. You might have to do it there to get something up into your camper or RV. That's already kind of a pain if the stuff doesn't fit right. With this out of the way, you might be able to get that angle to get that furniture in there. I kind of want to have it now because I know I might need it down the road. So I'm gonna go with this one. I like this one. Now, all that's really left is how does it install It doesn't take us that long, check out and see how we did it. All right, for our first step what we're gonna do is come here to the threshold of the door. And we're just gonna go ahead and remove this back plate right here. This needs to be out of the way so we can install our new step. So just come in here with a screwdriver. We've got two screws on both sides. Gonna go ahead and remove those so we can remove that backing plate. Now that, you can set this aside and get it out of the way. We're gonna come and look at our plate, our hinge here, you're gonna see which kind of hinge you had depending on what instructions you follow. So we have the thinner hinge here. That's a little bit smaller. There's the one that's bigger, it's gonna be out here. That's gonna be instructions one. And we're going with instructions two, because we have the smaller plate. So what we need to do is fold this under. And then we're gonna set this in there right behind the threshold. So we want this plate to rest around there. Something else I suggest is to go ahead and put the feet in the step here. That's just gonna help hold it in place when you're setting it down. So setting that down, clearly it's not centered so I've gotta center it here in the door the best I can. Can kind of see how the feet being installed help it with that weight. So it gets in there. The point is you want the threshold right up here against the hinge plate. So you see there's a little bit of a gap here on this side. That's just because there has been some damage done to this camper. So this is bulged out a little bit. This side is probably the better one to look at, you can see how closer it is. And if I can get that center on our door, it should be looking pretty good. Now we're gonna take the included hardware they gave us, and we're gonna put one screw in the outermost hole on each side. So you can see the way it's folded under there. There's only one hole exposed. So you know to put the hardware in there. And just go ahead and run it down. Repeat that on the other side too. Now we're gonna go ahead and fold up our steps to make sure the latches hit. So we're gonna look at these strikers here on the side. We're gonna turn the handle so it goes behind there because this part is gonna catch the lip of the door. Hold it in place. We want to make sure the strikers back here are gonna make contact if I lean it back this way. Looks good. You can see how I'm even pulling on it and it's not coming back out. So it's gonna hold it in place. So those look good. So then we'll bring it back down. Now, if you weren't good, actually you come and look, you can loosen these bolts here and then shift this from side-to-side. So if it isn't quite hitting like it should, you can adjust it so there's more striker hitting the side door if that's what you want. But ours looks to be just fine. Like I said, I'm pulling on it. It's not gonna go anywhere. We're gonna just turn this, bring it back down. And now we'll check the door. So let it down and make sure the door closes because you can see it's elevated a little bit here at the threshold. This part of the step comes up a little bit more than your standard threshold. Now this is an older camper as well. So you're gonna have problems every once in a while. You might have to make some modifications. See if ours shuts. Ours shut. And you want to make sure you do that with the door and the screen door. And then do it separately too. So I'm gonna go ahead and do that next to give you a better idea of exactly what's going on here. Gonna close this. Latch didn't catch. But you can see how it rides up a little bit more here. We had to modify the screen door because this is an older camper. So we did cut off some of the screen door here, just so it didn't make contact because it was hitting that portion when we we're pushing in the first time. But we fixed it and now it works just fine. Now we're gonna run down the rest of our hardware. We've got the six remaining screws, I'm just gonna put those in, that hold down the steps. With all the hardware run down, our steps are installed. Gonna go ahead and give it a test, walking up. Walking back down. Very sturdy, no issues. I can stop, seeing the steps aren't shaking or moving. Yeah, feels good. Something I noticed when moving the stairs up into the up position is that the pin here can pop up and be a tripping hazard. So what we did to fix that was we pushed it down underneath this plate. So if you look at this other side, we tucked it in under there. So let me show you how we did that. Just gonna go ahead and fold, or not fold, but push the steps up. And then I'll just take a screwdriver and kind of pry this out just a little bit. Get it past right there. Then I'll bring it back in and push it under that plate. So now that's there, so it's gonna hit that plate. So when we bring it down, it won't pop up and be in your way. So let me bring the steps back down. And now it's tucked under there and it's gonna be out of the way. It's one of the things that's not mentioned the instructions. But just thought it'd be helpful that way nobody trips on anything. Overall, I did like these steps. They're not too bad to install. You just kinda follow the instructions and you don't need too many tools. It was easy, it fit in the door. And again, I've already walked up and down a couple times. Super sturdy. I really liked that. I like that the steps are bigger than the standard steps that are gonna be on your camper. You can see the old ones underneath. Those are rusted out. It's hard to pull those out. These are really easy to pull out or put back in when you're not using them. You even got the handle here on the backside. And that's all you got to do and they're put away. I like that. Far easier than messing with these. And so I think it's gonna be a good thing to add to your camper that isn't gonna take you very long to install and really is gonna help you out in the long run. Well, I think that does it. Thanks for hanging out. And I hope this helped..


Customer Reviews

MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 23-3/4" to 24-1/4" Wide Doorways - 4 Steps - MR75RR

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (171 Customer Reviews)

Strut-assisted RV steps easily lift and lower with a finger, and the legs individually adjust to uneven ground to provide a wobble-free step into your camper. Fits a threshold-to-ground height between 36-1/2" and 42-1/2".

- MR75RR
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Great products, great price and always great service. Another satisfied purchase from etrailer for ne!



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


I was pleased to receive my steps. Everything was in the box and I had it installed in about 30 minutes. I was very impressed with the quality of the stairs. I normally like to see a product in person first but the reviews were pretty good. Very happy. Sorry a photo would not upload.



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


I'm a 60 year old female and installed these stairs all by myself. So easy to install. 8 screws and that's it!



- MR26RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Very easy to install and sturdy.



- MR26RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Easy installation, great quality product, makes entry to our trailer much safer and more stable. Did require modification to the bottom of the screen door to allow it to close with steps extended.



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Great steps now that I got the right set. The people at etrailer were a big help. Morryde step above work well and are more solid then the old stock steps.



- MR26RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


The steps were out of stock when I ordered them, however, etrailer was excellent about keeping me informed of the status, they even offered me alternative products for the order. The steps arrived in good condition and were very easy to install. These steps are a cut above the stock steps that came with my camper and allow safer access.



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


One latch was bent. I fixed with a present wrench. Installation per instructions caused interference with screen and door closure... Had to modify slightly with a bend on my break to get it to sit lower and allow the door to close. Maybe this installation isn't for the everyday joe. I'm a fabricator by trade and make stuff work all the time.


Comments
This is a universal item so it is not for a specific brand of RV so there may be some tweaking needed. As long as your doorway is between 23.75 and 26.25 inches wide, it should fit okay.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 09/07/2021


- MR28RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Online website was very easy to navigate. I ordered 3 items that were scheduled to be delivered on the 29th of Nov. They arrived 2 days early with no damage to the products. I have yet to install the steps and associated parts (hand rail and lights)



- MR28RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Steps installed easy but think measurements should be revamped, my measurements were by the sheet and I feel steps should of been shorter to allow more flexibility in ground clearance



- MR26RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


We absolutely love this upgrade! Rock solid, and easy to install. Hands down the best upgrade we have done to our travel trailer.



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


It took less than an hour to install including undoing some stuff on my camper. All the parts were present and the unit arrived intact except for a bit of a bend in the part that clamps down on the door flange when the steps are up. Major improvement over the springboard steps that come standard. One improvement could be in the packaging. The unit is so heavy that it should be packed in its own box and then that box placed in a shipping box. Mine came completely torn up and I was afraid that the install directions and hardware had gotten lost in transit, not the case though.



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


This 3 step ladder assembly appears well made and is very sturdy. With my wife just having had knee replacement surgery, this will make it much easier for her to get in and out of the trailer. Installation was a breeze and was competed in under 30 minutes...



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Nice steps, much better than factory. Easy installation instructions. Disappointed that the clearance between the side of my RV and RV bay wall has to be 40” (vs the 36” etrailer advised) to allow space to raise and lower steps. FAST DELIVERY.



- MR26RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


I think these steps will work. Doing a preliminary overview I realized that I will have to do some retro fitting in order for the door to close. My camper is 20 years old. Luckily I have a good friend who is a mechanic and has the tools and expertise to do the job. Local RV center gave an estimate of $300 to install them. I am looking forward to using these steps because I really dislike the step that came with my camper. My 4 star rating is based on how well I think they will work.



- MR88RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


The steps are fantastic....so easy to install and so sturdy.



- MR26RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


The MORryde StepAbove Steps attached with little effort to my travel trailer. Just follow the instructions. Very well made.



- MR48RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


I was delivered quickly and was an easy install.



- MR48RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


My wife and I love the steps! Very good craftsmanship. Took 10 minutes to install very easy. Packaging was excellent no damage. Courtney B at etrailer was very helpful with my order.. I highly recommend etrailer and these products.



- MR48RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


This is a great product! Very easy to install! However now I need to figure out how to sand off the bottom of my screen door slightly. I removed the sweep and it needs just a little more. I’m sure I will get it figured out soon. Great service. You guys are great!



- MR28RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


So much better than the original steps, now I can worry less about my wife going in and out of the 5th wheel



- MR98RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Product seemed good, I wish I would have listened to the reviews that said people couldn’t shut there door with the steps down. The product video never mentioned door issues. Now I have 8 holes in my floor and there making me pay 72.00 to ship them back.



- MR48RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Very happy with the steps! Rock solid- they are a great addition to our 5th wheel. Reason for the three stars is that they were assembled with the latches to hold them in the stored position ON THE WRONG SIDES (they're tapered). With the latches positioned like this, you cannot close the door. Fortunately, I could take them off and reinstall them correctly. When I sent e-mail to MorRyde, I never received a response.


Comments
I will have our customer service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 11/19/2021


- MR26RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Been ordering from etrailer.com for several years. This purchase took a solid 2 months to receive, as the product was not in stock and it was ordered during the great fake flu virus. While waiting, etrailer "contacted" me several times advising of the status, and even offered to swap with a similar product in order to receive faster. I waited. The product arrived in tact and in excellent condition. Products are products. etrailer customer service, is exemplary, as well as the information and videos that are made to explain various items, and how to install them properly. You cant go wrong. I need a new canopy. As soon as I receive authorization from the boss, I will be purchasing from etrailer.



- MR48RR
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Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps


Steps came a lot quicker than expected which was fine . The box the manufacturer uses could be better for protection looks like someone alone the way had to tape it back together but everything was fine all parts were in great shape and no missing pieces .


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Ask the Experts about this MORryde RV and Camper Steps

  • Fold Down RV Quad Step that Could Fit 23 inch Wide Door
    The closest option that might work is the MORryde StepAbove Strut Assist Fold-Down Step for 23-3/4" - 24-1/4" # MR75RR but since you are technically 1/2 inch too narrow you might have to look into a slightly wider door frame. This will work great with your threshold height of 40 inches as well. Lippert does not have a SolidStep in the quad step design that come close due to your doorway width.
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