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TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps w/ Booster Step - 4 Steps - 28" Base - 325 lbs

TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps w/ Booster Step - 4 Steps - 28" Base - 325 lbs

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Kathleen M says:

Yes, if you:

  • Camp all over and need steps that work for any situation so you never have to struggle to get in and out of your camper
  • Prefer lifting the steps up into your camper to keep them out of the elements so they don't get gunked up with road grime
  • Have an entry height (distance from the ground to the mounting point) of 34-7/8" - 42-3/8" and a doorway width of 28"

No, if you:

  • Feel nervous when there's any movement or the slightest sag in the steps and want something a little more solid
  • Don't have the patience, tools, or time to deal with possible modifications to your threshold or door
These aluminum steps attach to the door frame on RVs that do not have a step well installation point. 4-Step design extends to 5 steps with pull-out booster step. Fine-tune height and level stairs with landing gear. Glow tape lights step surface. Great Prices for the best rv and camper steps from TorkLift. TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps w/ Booster Step - 4 Steps - 28" Base - 325 lbs part number TLA9005 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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TorkLift RV and Camper Steps - TLA9005

  • 5 Steps
  • Fold-Down Step
  • Towable Camper
  • 28 Inch Wide Door
  • TorkLift
  • Aluminum
  • 7-1/2 Inch Drop/Rise
  • Ground Contact

These aluminum steps attach to the door frame on RVs that do not have a step well installation point. 4-Step design extends to 5 steps with pull-out booster step. Fine-tune height and level stairs with landing gear. Glow tape lights step surface.


Features:

  • Pull-out steps make it easy to get into or out of your trailer or RV
    • Designed specifically for vehicles that do not have a step well underneath the entryway
  • Scissor design lets you manually collapse steps and fold them up for travel
  • Booster step allows you to extend the steps from a 4-step design to a 5-step
    • Lever releases booster step for extension
  • Landing gear creates a stable connection from the bottom step to the ground
    • Adjustable legs help to stabilize stairs on uneven terrain
    • Large rectangular footplates provide level support and help prevent sinking into ground
    • No assembly required - landing gear comes pre-installed on the bottom step
  • Locking tab on side of step frame bracket slides into the doorframe to keep the steps from accidentally deploying
  • Steps feature 15" of elevation adjustment
    • 7-1/2" With the booster step; 7-1/2" with the landing gear
  • Glow tape creates lighted step surface for safely climbing into and out of your camper at night
    • Adheres to sides of step platforms
    • Glows in the dark for up to 10 hours with only 5 minutes of light exposure
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum and stainless steel construction is durable and rustproof
  • Built-in SureGrip tread on step surface provides excellent footing
  • Stainless steel hinges are bolted together for easy add on, removal, or replacement of individual steps
    • Bushing bearings offer smooth action and are longer-lasting than standard riveted connections
  • Installs on your RV's door frame, avoiding damage to floor or exterior
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Entry height: 34-7/8" to 42-3/8"
  • Doorway width: 28"
  • Drop/Rise: 7-1/2"
  • Weight capacity: 325 lbs
  • Lifetime limited warranty


Will Torklift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps Work for You?

Fold-down steps are typically installed on travel trailers and some RVs. The fold-down steps from Torklift lift up to latch into your camper's doorway for storage. To ensure you choose the correct size for your application, there are a few measurements you will need to take.


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The Torklift revolution Uprising Steps install inside your camper's doorframe. Measuring for this may seem tricky, but once you know what to look for, figuring out the right fit for your RV doorway is easy.


First, you will need to measure the doorsill plate, both the height and the clearance between it and the bottom of the door. For the Revolution Uprising steps to fit, the doorsill height should be between 5/8" and 3/4", and the clearance should be at least 3/8".


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Next measure between the door frame flanges - the doorway width - to determine the step size that will fit into your camper's doorway. You will need a doorway that is at least 28" wide for these steps to work.


If it turns out you have a narrower doorway, there are smaller step assemblies available that fit 24" wide doorways. A full list of the available steps is below.


The doorway threshold will be used as the "mounting point" to determine how many steps you will need.


How Many Steps Do You Need?

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To decide on how many steps you'll need, measure from the mounting point to the ground. This is called the entry height. The entry height should roughly match the height of the steps when they're fully extended, and it will tell you how many steps you need.


The chart below displays entry height measurement ranges in the first column. If you determined you need a mounting bracket that fits a 24" doorway, the step part numbers with that width are in the second column. If you determined you need a bracket that fits a 28" doorway, the step part numbers with that width are in the third column. Choose the doorway width that is closest to your measurements without going over.


This page's step assembly is in bold text.


Entry Height24" Doorways28" Doorways
19-7/8" - 27-3/8"TLA9103TLA9003
27-3/8" - 34-7/8"TLA9104TLA9004
34-7/8" - 42-3/8"TLA9105TLA9005
42-3/8" - 49-7/8"Not availableTL64YR


How Do You Install the Steps?

To install the steps:

  1. Make sure the camper is level on flat ground
  2. Place the mounting bracket into the camper doorway
  3. Extend until feet touch the ground
  4. Attach the door brackets to the main mounting bracket with the included hardware
  5. Center the steps in the doorframe
  6. Slide assembly forward until the two door brackets touch the inside of the doorframe

    -Make sure the brackets are flush against the doorframe and the floor

  7. Drill holes through both sides of the doorframe
  8. Secure the door brackets to the doorframe and the floor with included hardware
  9. Push the main bracket forward until the vertical piece makes contact with the threshold
  10. Torque the hardware to 25 in-lbs


A9005 Tork Lift Glow Step Revolution Uprising Scissor Steps for RV Towables and Trailers with 28" Mounting Space - 5 Stairs w/ Landing Gear





Video of TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps w/ Booster Step - 4 Steps - 28" Base - 325 lbs

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




Video Transcript for TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps Installation - 2015 Northwood Arctic Fox Fifth Wheel

Shane: Hey everyone, Shane here with eTrailer.com. Today I have a 2015 Northwood Arctic Fox 27' Fifth Wheel and I'm going to be showing you how to install the TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising.What would be the reason we'd want to add different steps to our camper Well if we come down here, we take a look at the steps that normally come on your campers. Steel construction and they tend to rust fairly quick, so they become hard to put in and out. Plus, they're floating steps, so there's nothing touching the ground, so when we walk on these there's not a whole lot of stability there. You can see they kind of move around. Plus, if you're inside the camper sleeping and you come out at night, or somebody's sleeping, you got to walk in, you're shaking the camper around.With TorkLift steps you can see these are going to fold inside the door, so once we leave, close our door, our steps stay inside.

We don't have to worry about them staying outside in the weather. But they're easy to fold out, we simply fold them down, we'll grab this lower bar, I'm going to pull them out like this. We can adjust our feet and then we're ready to go. And you can see these are a lot more stable than our free-hanging steps. These are going to have a 325 pound weight capacity.

They're going to be aluminum construction, so we don't have to worry about the rust and corrosion. All of our hinges, hardware . Our hardware is going to be a stainless steel construction, again we don't have to worry about rust or corrosion, or anything like that.I mentioned the GlowSteps, they're going to have sticker that runs down each step. Now five minutes of direct light will give you 10 hours of glow. So you can see with all of our lights off each one of our steps has a glow sticker on it that help when walking at night.These are going to be a scissor style, so you'll notice we have three hinge points, and what that allows us to do is it allows us to fold up our steps into a nice compact space, so it's not a whole lot of room that it would be taking it up.

It makes it easy to pull out and to push back in, unlike some of the other steps. Where on the factory steps that come out, once you get your second step in there it might be kind of hard to lift up those two steps to slide them in place. Where with these being aluminum they're nice and lightweight, we don't have to worry about all that extra weight.Now let's say we park somewhere and we have a little un-level terrain, each leg is going to have 12 holes that allows us to adjust this leg in 1" increments. The footpad, on the bottom, you can see a nice wide base, so it gives us plenty of stability once we're on the ground but it has four rubber pads, so it gives us a grip when it's down.Now this is actually the four step design, so you're probably asking yourself, "Well if it's a four step design what's the extra step" They actually call this a booster step. So what you would do is there's a lever down here that locks it, and you'd slide it over, and this allows you to extend the steps out farther or even to give you a little bit more height for ground that may be a little bit lower, different terrain levels.

And this bottom step is a little bit closer to the ground for somebody that may have a problem actually stepping up higher.Now if I didn't mention this before these steps, these are the 28" wide ones and that's this inside bracket. Our step is actually going to be 8" by 22-1/2". Each one is going to have raised corrugation, almost, on it to provide tread if your steps we're wet. We'll come up here to this bracket and you'll notice it kind of wraps all the way down. This is to provide support so if you're walking up here and you happen to maybe step a little bit forward you don't have to worry about your foot sliding in there, so it gives you plenty of protection there. We're going to have a nice grip here, so when we're stepping up here, with this being a metal surface if it gets wet obviously it's going to be slick, so having the grip tape there we can step on it and we're not going to have to worry about sliding.Now being 28" that's this bracket right here. Inside edge to inside edge of this bracket's going to be 28". And how you measure that is this flange on your doorframe, inside edge to inside edge. So that's what you need to measure to get the correct size steps, correct width steps. And then you want to take a measurement from the ground to the top of your sill plate right here. So you can see what we're measuring, we're measuring the inside of that lip and we're at 28", so that's the measurement you'd need to get you the correct steps. Now to measure your height you're going to measure from the ground to the top edge of your threshold right there. And these steps are going to fit 34-7/8 up to 42-3/8 distance there.Now, as I mentioned, these are very easy to fold back up into place. So we're going to lift them up, if you have your booster step out there's a lever down here on the bottom, you're going to push it over, fold it up into place, and you're going to rotate them right inside the door, just like that. Now let's say you wanted to take these out for some reason, these are actually not bolted in place, so they're very simple to get out. You're going to fold them up like this, we're going to rotate them back just a little, we're going to lift and they come out fairly easy.Maybe you're asking yourself, "Well if they're not actually attached to anything how do they keep from bouncing around inside the camper when you're going down the road" Well right on the inside here, on this bracket, there are rubber boots. What they do is they sit against the plate right here. When you're installing it you close your screen door and you push the steps up against your screen door, you can see these rubber pads here. Push it up against the screen door, you adjust those boots up against this plate, and when close your screen door it keeps this solid against it, so we don't have any movement out of the steps.Another thing I like about these steps is you can also get hand railing, you can find those here at eTrailer. The railing can go from the bottom up to the top, it mounts to the side of your camper to give you a little extra stability when walking in and out of the camper.Another thing they offer is if you have pets a lot of times if you have steps that are open a dog will get nervous about going up the steps because they can see through it and they're worried about falling through. Well TorkLift makes a cover that has hook and loop fastener, and it basically mounts to the backside lip of your step and provides them with a cover so they can't see through, they feel a lot safer when they're going in and out.Another thing that they make, and this is a really neat thing, now this is a shoe scrubber. And where this mounts, it mounts right to the side of the step, and you basically just set it down on there. Put it right on the bracket and it allows you to clean off your shoes, boots, whatever it may be, before you walk up your steps into your camper, so you're leaving all the dirt and debris out here, and not dragging it inside.Now we didn't remove this customer steps, or the factory steps, that came on the camper because they are actually welded in. If you have welded in steps and you want to remove them, or if you have bolt in steps and you want to remove those, you can find storage boxes that will fill this space, and you can find those here at eTrailer, to give you a little extra storage for any of those other items that you may want to bring with you.To start your installation we need to remove this piece here, if you have it. Most of them are going to be square heads, it looks like two of them are missing here. We'll take a square head bit, go ahead and remove those, and remove that. Next thing you need to do, if you have a trim piece it's going to have to be trimmed around the bracket. This bracket here we're actually not going to be trimming, this is actually part of the doorframe, but if you have any trim like this, that is covering this location around the door, it will have to be trimmed. This piece here because it's part of the doorframe we're actually just going to sandwich that and drill right through it.So you'll notice here, facing the door, or facing the inside of the camper, you'll notice there's a gap. I need to get this flat so it's compressed up against there. So we're going to have to do a little bit of . I'm going to pull the screws out here, slide this out, and see if there's something stuck back there. I may end up actually having to trim the bottom off because it looks like it might be going down into the floor a little bit. We need to make sure that that's flat before we get our bracket installed.And these are just Phillips head screws that are running along this one, yours may be a little bit different. So what I want to do is I want to take out enough that I can pull this bottom out without bending this, so even if I have to go most of the way up the door that's okay because we can put these screws back in.So there's a little bit of sealer there, that was probably keeping it out, so I'll trim that down and then see if we can't open up this gap a little bit so we can get it flat. So now that we're able to get it flat, a little bit of trimming in a few little spots, we can go ahead and put our screws back in, and start installing our bracket.Next we're going to pull out this bracket. And it's up to you, I'm going to go ahead and pull these off to make it a bit easier when I'm drilling my holes. Your two Allen wrenches come with your kit and then you'll use a 9/16 for the nut side. Just take note of how these washers are on with the nylon spacer there on the outside here. There's going to be a plate that holds these two in line, so just take note of how that is together there. And you don't necessarily have to take them off. They will have to come off later when you install the steps, I'm just going to do it now and make it a little bit easier on myself.I'm going to pull by bracket all the way up against the frame and we're going to make sure it's centered, because what we're doing is we're going to drill through this flange here on our doorframe and our bolt is actually going to go through there. So we want to make sure you're as centered as you can get. And you'll notice the top of this bracket here kind of bends in, so what I'm going to do . It runs pretty level with this edge, I'm going to drill out my bottom ones first and get them mounted, that'll keep my bracket in place and then I can push this top side over enough where it's level, or even, and I can drill those out.So I found it's going to be kind of hard to drill, or to even mark it with a drill bit, the way it is. So if you notice the hole is elongated running this way and then it Ts, so it basically goes like this. There's a little edge right there where it widens out, I'm actually lining up that edge with this so that it's even on both sides, and I'm just going to take a marker and I'm going to mark the bottom holes. That way I can pull it off and then drill it out.I'm going to start with a small drill bit, so I can do a pilot hole to make sure it's going through in the right spot. We're going to be opening it up to 7/16. So now we're going to repeat this same thing over on the other side.Now in our kit you're going to get some bolts, lock washers, and flat washers, and then the nuts. These are just going to be temporarily mounted to hold my bracket in place so I can get the top part of the bracket straight. So go ahead and insert a hardware on each side here. And I'm not putting a lock washer in, I'm just putting the flat washer on now. Make sure that this where it's not going to move on us. Now we can come back and get these lined up correctly, mark those. We can go ahead and take our hardware back off, and drill out our remaining holes. Once we get one side drilled we'll repeat the same thing on the other side.We'll go ahead and get our hardware put in place on both sides. On the back side you're going to use a flat washer, a lock washer, and then the nut. We'll come back with a 3/8 socket and we're going to tighten the hardware, and then we're going to torque it to the specifications in the instructions. Next we're going to get these put back in. Again, just take note of when you took them off how they go back on. This one is going to be the lower one. Now my flat washer and then the nut. Flat washer on the outside, rotate that bracket up and get it onto that second bolt, then we'll go flat washer and then our nylon lock nut. And we're not going to tighten these right now because we want to be able to move them but we are going to snug them up to where there's not a lot of play in them. And we're using, again, a 9/16 wrench here.Now before we get our steps set in place, a couple steps ahead it may require you to take out these screws right here. Because if you put your steps in, tighten everything down, close your door and your door's tight, you're going to have to loosen these up, come back, take these out, readjust your steps. So what we're going to do, because these bolts stick out pretty far, I'm pretty much betting that with that plate sticking out the door's going to be tight, so I'm going to go ahead and just take them out. Ideally what we want is the plate, for the steps, we want it to sit as tight up against here as possible. So, again, you want to make sure that these, you can freely slide these forwards and backwards.We're going to take our steps, and it may be easier with two people, you'll notice this bracket here has a hook on it. This is going to go over the large bolt with the large spacer on it, so we're going to take it, lift it up, we're going to hook that onto that bolt with that spacer, and then we'll rotate our steps down. Like that.Next we'll rotate our steps down, pull out on our bottom step, and go ahead and get that set on the ground. What we're going to do is we're going to take and we're going to push it to where it's sitting as flush up against our threshold as possible. Once we get there we're going to come in with the included Allen wrenches, we'll go ahead and tighten these down. When we're tightening these we don't have to over tighten them because they're not really holding anything in place. We just want them tight that the steps, being pushed all the way up against our threshold, it stays there and these don't move. Next we're going to loosen these rubber bumpers where we can slide them.Now from this point forward it is going to require two people. However, in our case because we did not remove these steps, we're not going to need a second person. Now if you have a second door obviously you're not going to need two people because the rest of the work is going to be done inside with the steps folded up like this and the screen door closed. If you remove these you ought to have a second person because then you're going to be stuck in there, you're not going to be able to put the steps down.On the bottom of this plate there's going to be two rubber bumpers. What we want to do is we're going to close our screen door, we're going to take our steps, we're going to push it to where they make contact with the screen door. Then we're going to come back and we're going to tighten the bolt that's holding this bumper in place. You want to make sure you're not putting a whole lot of pressure on your screen door because it is pretty thin and you don't want it to flex out.Now with everything adjusted what we're going to do is we're going to close our screen door and then close our main door. So everything's good there. What I'll do is we'll go ahead and fold our steps up, and then close our doors. You can see it closes well. Go ahead and test it here again. Looks like we're good.Once you've got everything tightened up, you've closed your doors, opened up, both with the steps folded up and down, you're basically ready to go. They do mention there's a ramp right here on this bottom plate, if you take your steps out, which most people probably are not going to do that, but if you decide to take your steps out there's a gap between your threshold and this plate. When you're sweeping everything out the door it could potentially go down underneath that bracket. If you want to you can put a bead of silicone on there, a black silicone or a clear, just to help keep any of that debris from getting down under there. You can find different kinds of silicone here at eTrailer. Other than that you're ready to go.It's going to do it for the look at, and installation, on TorkLift's GlowSteps on a 2015 Northwood's Arctic Fox Fifth Wheel..

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TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps w/ Booster Step - 4 Steps - 28" Base - 325 lbs - TLA9005

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (17 Customer Reviews)

These aluminum steps attach to the door frame on RVs that do not have a step well installation point. 4-Step design extends to 5 steps with pull-out booster step. Fine-tune height and level stairs with landing gear. Glow tape lights step surface.

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We bought Torklift Glowstep Revolution steps from etrailer.com for our previous 2016 Rockwood 8329SS, which had a stepwell. We have now traded for a 2019 Flagstaff 8321KBS (Forest River twins: same trailers and floorplan, made in same factory, different brand names, which doesn't have a stepwell to mount the Glowstep Revolution steps, so we had to order the Glowstep Revolution UPRISING steps for the Flagstaff, also from etrailer. The Flagstaff came factory equipped with the swing-out SolidSteps that fold upwards into the doorway, and there isn't room in our RV garage to open these steps. The Torklift Glowstep Revolution UPRISING steps were our only option if we wanted to gain access to the interior of our trailer while in the garage. Unlike the Rockwood, we had no stepwell in which to install the Glowstep Revolution steps, as we installed on the Rockwood. Like the Lippert Solidsteps, they also swing up to store upside down inside the doorway, but the folded stack of 5 steps is only about 2 feet high when folded and stored inside. Torklift Glowsteps can be used to gain access into a travel trailer in any "tight" place. They can be extended straight down and used like a ladder, if need be. I have disabilities, but the UPRISING steps were easier for me to install, because all the work was at waist level, instead of under the stepwell. The steps attach to the trailer doorframe with 6 bolts. You do have to do some precise measuring before you drill those 6 holes. It was tedious work to mark the holes, but not difficult. The UPRISING steps have a "booster" step under the bottom step that will fold out if the terrain surrounding the trailer is lower than the surface the wheels are parked on, and we have camped in sites that did require folding out the "booster" (5th) step, making a separate 4-legged platform unnecessary. All in all, we like the UPRISING steps just as much or better than the regular Torklift Glowstep Revolution steps that store in a stepwell. At 70 and 71, with my wife's "trick" hip and my "bum" knees, the 7 1/2-inch rise of Torklift's "scissoring" steps make it MUCH easier for us to get into and out of our RV than SolidSteps, Step Above, or factory hanging steps. Don't be worried about any minor 'flexing" of the steps when using them. You don't feel it, and Torklift has been making these steps for truck campers for a long, long time. However, we will be purchasing the Torklift "quick-connect" railing system soon. I am taller than my wife, and have little balance problems with them at this time, but with the 5th "booster" step deployed, my wife feels she may lose her balance if she doesn't go slowly and hang on to the door. It IS a "long way" to the ground when the "booster" step is deployed, and just this elevation can make some people feel uneasy without a railing for "reassurance". Even if we didn't have the clearance problem with the SolidSteps or Step Above steps in our garage, we still prefer the Torklft Glowsteps because of the reduced "rise" between steps. Family members have both of the other "swing-out" steps on their RVs, and it is MUCH harder for us to climb OR descend the others. The Glowsteps are somewhat more expensive than the others (the others don't FOLD), but we have NO regrets about the cost. Unfortunately, I don't have any photos of the installation at this time. We have been working on "personalizing" this new trailer to the extent that we had done on the 2016, and we have been busy! lol




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The steps worked great. Good concept but unfortunately my wife could not raise them up by herself so we had to go back to the strut assisted steps that came with our RV.




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This is one of the best products I’ve purchased. I replaced my Step-Above steps (<1 year old) with Torklift because of weight and ease of use...the coach parked next to me in storage never allowed enough room without pulling out my Solitude when gaining access. The install was a snap it took less than and hour with my buddy Tom. Matt at etrailor was top notch and helped coordinate the delivery while we were on the road. Five star rating for service, product and installation.


Comments
My Torklift stairs remains the best purchase I’ve made for my Solitude. No matter where we stop these conform to every situation.
Bryan - 06/10/2022


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Very well made steps. Took me about an hour to remove the old Moryde step above steps and install these in their place. Will definitely take care of my clearance issues. The box that the steps came in was decimated but all the parts were there and nothing was bent. Perhaps you could use a heavier cardboard packaging because one of the other channel guys said his packaging was totaled.




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These were a replacement for the Morryde steps, which were just a little to short for my 5th wheel. These steps are great and much more functional than the MorRydes were. Awesome product. Thanks Etrailer!




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Glad I got rid of my Step Above!!!!




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Awesome steps. Easy install and easy to use. Very sturdy.


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These steps are awesome. Exactly what we were looking for. Well built.
Robert - 05/10/2022


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Just finished the installation. I replaced Mor-Ryde steps, which came stock in our Grand Design. The original steps are good, but we had Torkilifts on out prior camper and really liked them. They are sturdy and the level of the camper is not an issue anymore when wanting to open the camper door wit the Mor-Ryde steps. Definitely would recommend. (They are pricey, but it is a quality item.)




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Review from a similar GlowStep Revolution Uprising in RV and Camper Steps


These stairs are a great upgrade over the factory floating style stair. The installation was very easy and took less than hour including time to get tools out and put them away. The steps easily fold in and out and have smooth operation.

My trailer was towards the upper end of the 4 step height range, time will tell if they are tall enough or if I should of gone with the 5 step version.
As a note the box used to ship the stairs was not up to the task and arrived heavily damaged. The box had no reinforced corners and the stairs were just wrapped with some paper. Luckily they arrived undamaged.




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Review from a similar GlowStep Revolution Uprising in RV and Camper Steps


Easy to install. Just make sure if you have any drawers by the doorway, clear the lift brackets. I had to trim my cabinet drawer, which was no big deal.
Steps work great. Entry is a breeze.




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Review from a similar GlowStep Revolution Uprising in RV and Camper Steps


Easy install. Solved our lack of space issues while stored at home. Quality product. Packaging was horrible




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Review from a similar GlowStep Revolution Uprising in RV and Camper Steps


We LOVE our TorkLift Revolution steps. Our New Horizons fifth wheel sits pretty high off the ground, and having the Booster Step on the 5-step model has been great. We use that extra step more often than not. The steps are easy to pull out and put back in. And the glow squares are great when we're camping in a "Dark Sky" location. They're unobtrusive, but help us find our way in the dark. We have two of these, one for each entry door on our toyhauler. We've also used them like a ladder when stopping in tight places or on the side of the road where it slopes away too fast to put the stairs out. Very versatile and well-made, we highly recommend. In the photos, the back door has the 24" steps with the extra step not in use, and the front door (side with awnings) has the 28" steps with the extra step extended.




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Review from a similar GlowStep Revolution Uprising in RV and Camper Steps


Took me an hour to install the steps on our Winnebago Mini Drop WD1710. They fit with no alterations to the door frame.

They are sturdy and much easier and safer to enter and exit than the original single floating step.




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Review from a similar GlowStep Revolution Uprising in RV and Camper Steps


Very good product and company to do business with.




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  • Will TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising TLA9005 Fit 27-7/8 Inch Wide Doorway
    I reached out to TorkLift for you, and they said that small of a difference will not be a factor and that yes, you can install the GlowStep for the 28 inch doorway, which is the following part number: - TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps w/ Booster Step - 4 Steps - 28" Base # TLA9005
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  • Can Torklift Revolution Uprising TLA9005 Fit 2019 Forest River Flagstaff Classic Super Lite 8321KBS
    In order for the bracket of the TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps # TLA9005 that you referenced to fit the door sill the height does need to be between 5/8 inch and 3/4 inch to allow the door to still close over it. So if you can use a spacer like you mentioned to raise your height to fit that range then this will fit well in this regard as well as as the threshold height dimension you mentioned. Since you are so close I would imagine it wouldn't take much if anything to get...
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  • Need Fold-In Style Steps for Trailer With Narrow Storage Space to Deploy
    Yes the TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Uprising Steps, # TLA9004 has a booster/bonus step intended for use when needed. This is a three steep model intended for an entry height of 27-3/8" to 34-7/8" with 28" doorways. If you will need the 4th step regularly because of threshold height, it is suggest that you select the four step model, # TLA9005. This too will have that additional booster/bonus step as well as landing gear that creates a stable connection from the bottom step to the ground.
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  • Replacement Steps for Seasonal 5th Wheel with Door 38 Off Ground
    I have a solution for you, but as far as porch style trailer steps go, the Econo Porch Trailer Step with Handrail # EHS-103-R is going to be the tallest step we have available. I recommend going with the TorkLift GlowStep Revolution # TLA9005 . These steps can be used for entries 34-7/8" to 42-3/8" and the steps have a rise/drop of 7-1/2" which is going to keep you from having to step up too high/too far down at any point. They easily pull out from the trailer and the scissor design allows...
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  • Quick Release Hinge For Lippert Manual Fold Down Steps
    I spoke with Lippert and they confirmed that SolidStep Manual Fold-Down Steps for 29" to 36" Wide RV Door Frames # LC791575 does not have a quick hinge function, just manual fold down and raise up. We do offer the Torklift GlowStep Revolution # TLA9005 that is a scissor style design made to fit and be used in small or tight paces. This product also extends to reveal a 5th step for use and fits doorways 28" wide. We do carry the detachable quick hinge kit for Morryde first generation steps...
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