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Easily access your home away from home with manual or electric steps from Stromberg Carlson, Lippert, Hickory RV Steps, TorkLift, or Brophy. Whether you're replacing or upgrading the steps on your RV, camper, or motorhome, these sturdy, stable steps will meet your needs.

Different styles and sizes are available to fit popular RV, camper, and motorhome manufacturers, such as Jayco, Forest River, Winnebago, Airstream, RoadTrek, and Thor. Find custom-fit steps for your RV, towable camper, truck bed camper, or motorhome by entering the year, make, and model on the left.


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RV and Camper Steps Videos

Stromberg Carlson RV and Camper Steps PA-202 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Stromberg Carlson folding step stool. This step stool makes it easier to reach high places. This is perfect for anywhere in your home, your garage. It would be great in an RV, camper, enclosed trailer. It's a nice, lightweight design, extremely portable, and it's foldable. The foldable design makes this stool compact and easy to store out of the way, just like a regular ladder.


Hickory RV Steps RV and Camper Steps 982240RXWC1 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Hickory Springs Manual Pull-Out Steps for RVs. The manually operated RV steps make it easy to get into and out of your motor-home. Right now I have them in the in-use position, but when you're ready to move them to a stowed position all you have to do is grab this bottom step, rotate it, give it a push, take this and slide it just like that. It engages into the stowed position, and then when you're ready to extend it out to the in-use position you just reverse those steps. So you grab here and pull, and then take this platform, and simply unfold it and lower it. That's all there is to it.This unit contains a total of two steps.


Hickory RV Steps RV and Camper Steps 99324EXTALC1 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Hickory Springs Manual Pull-Out Steps for RVs. The manually operated RV steps make it easy to get into and out of your motorhome. Right now they're in the in-use position, to move them to the stowed position lift up here on the bottom step, rotate it, grab the grab handle, and pull up on the unit. You can see it stows nicely.When it's in this position it does lock into the stowed position, so you don't have to worry about it jarring loose during travel. Then when you're ready to pull it out to the in-use position you use this nice grab handle here, keep your hands safe and clear of any other moving components. That increases the overall safety.


TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Scissor Steps Installation - 2015 Jayco Pinnacle Fifth Wheel

Speaker 1: Today in our 2015 Jayco Pinnacle Fifth Wheel we'll be having a look at and installing the TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Scissor Steps with Landing Gear, Part No. TLA8004.Now what sets these apart from other manufacturer steps or the factory steps on your fifth wheel or your travel trailer, is that these offer the ultimate in stability and security and safety for when you're traveling up them into your trailer. Now we're getting this extra stability and safety because our steps are making contact with the ground with our built-in landing gear right here.The main reason the factory steps are lacking on most fifth wheels or travel trailers is that we don't have a landing gear here that makes our bottom step have contact with the ground and that makes it very unstable when we're getting in and out of the trailer. When you initially step onto your factory ones that don't have them, you can see how much they move and how unstable they are and I'm not a big guy but you can see that I'm getting about two inches deflection just stepping onto them.Now with these steps being manufactured out of a light weight aircraft grade aluminum, they are extremely easy to handle, maneuver, put in and out of a store position. Simply lift up on the bottom step and start pushing it on in. Use your knees or your thigh to help brace it.


Hickory RV Steps RV and Camper Steps 994240RFXWC3 Review

Presenter: Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Hickory Springs manual pull-out steps for RVs. The manually-operated RV steps make it easy to get into and out of your motorhome. Right now, I have the steps in the in-use position, so I'm going to show you how to move them to the stowed position and then how to get them back out to an in-use position. It's very simple to do.To move it to a stowed position, you want to grab that bottom step, rotate it up on top of this step. There's a handle or a crossbar under here you can grab. That's going to make it easier to fold the unit up.


Hickory RV Steps RV and Camper Steps 94240EXTALC1 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're gonna be taking a look at the Hickory Springs manual pull out steps for RVs. The manually operated RV steps make it easy to get into and out of your motor home. Right now I have them in the in use position, so I'm gonna show you how to move it to the stowed position and then how to unfold it into in use position.So what we need to do is simply take this step here, fold it up. Make sure it's seated all the way on top of that other step. You gotta handle under here that you can grab, that cross bar. Fold it up, should have another grab handle.


Hickory RV Steps RV and Camper Steps 9942424RFALC1 Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're gonna be taking a look at Hickory Springs manual pullout steps for RVs. The manually operated RV steps make it easy to get into and out of your motor home. Right now, I have them in the in use position. So they simply pull out for use and then when you're ready to position them back in, all you gotta do it fold them up. So I'll show you how to do that. You want to start with the bottom step here.


Hickory RV Steps RV and Camper Steps 993240RFALC1 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Hickory Springs Manual Pull-Out Steps for RVs. The manually operated RV steps make it easy to get into and out of your motor home. Right now, I have them into the end use position so to move it to a stowed position, grab this step, fold it up, grab the grab handle, and push in on the unit. That's all there is to it. To bring it out into the end use position, use this grab handle. That's there to keep your hands free of moving areas or moving components.


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RV and Camper Steps Questions and Answers

  • Measurements and Installation of Manual RV Pull-Out Steps
  • I have included a picture that shows the measurements of the manual folding step, # LC341501. Because of the way the steps are designed, you would not be able to pull out just 2 steps. You would have to pull out all 3. On the top the center to center distance between the mounting holes is 26 inches. For a 2-step version use # LC341500.
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  • Can Lippert 3-Step Alumi-Tread RV Steps be Replaced with 4-Step
  • Yes, the Lippert Alumi-Tread Manual Pull-Out Step 3-Step # LC432696 uses the same bolt pattern and can be replaced with the 4-step set, # LC432698.
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  • Distance from RV Frame to First Step for the Torklift Glow Steps
  • I spoke with my contact at Torklift and he informed me that from the mounting surface of where the Torklift Steps part # TLA8004 attaches down to the first step measures 3 inches in the highest setting. He also said that there is a 3 way adjustment you can make for the position of the step that will change that distance. Highest is 3 inches, middle is 5 inches, and lowest is 7 inches.
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  • Replacement Aluminum 4-Step RV Steps for 2015 Heartland Landmark Trailer
  • We do offer several aluminum rv steps that feature 4 steps. You will want to either know what brand steps you are replacing or need to measure the mounting location of the steps you have on your Heartland. I have attached a link to our product page for the 4-step aluminum trailer steps. These steps vary by mounting width and also by the drop for each step, so you will want to have an idea how long you want the steps to be. You can visit the attached link and use the filters to choose...
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  • Can 4-Step TorkLift GlowStep Revolution Scissor Steps Be Used in Place of a Factory 3-Step System
  • When replacing steps on a 5th wheel trailer you will want to stay with the same number of steps unless going to more steps retains the same retracted dimensions of your existing steps. For aftermarket steps there is no fit information in regards to specific trailers. You would have to go by the measurements. TorkLift steps # TLA8004 have a mounting base that is 27-7/16 inches wide and 12 inches deep. When retracted the steps hang down 16-17 inches from where they mount. The 3-step model,...
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  • Replacement 3-Step Manual RV Steps with 4-Step Manual RV Steps
  • Manual RV steps # SMFP-4400 could work for you. This is a 4-step unit that is 27 inches wide overall and 12 inches deep (front to back) and 18-1/2 inches tall. None of the other 4-step options are as close in the measurements of what you have now. the 4-step model will hang down at least 4 inches more than the 3-step model when the steps are extended.
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  • Which Steps have More Robust Brackets Lippert Alumi Step or Hickory Springs
  • The Lippert Alumi Step part # LC432698 and the Hickory Springs part # 9942424RFALC1 are both great options for RV steps. The Hickory Springs is going to have the edge in terms of robustness. If you look at the side brackets you can see that the Hickory Springs steps are a bit larger than the Lippert.
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  • Scissor Step Options for Truck Bed Camper with Door Measuring 38-1/2 Inches Above Ground
  • Going with a 5 step or a 4 step scissor step for your slide-in truck bed camper will depend on where you want to mount the step, the manufacturer of the step, and also personal preference. If you like the TorkLift GlowSteps better, I spoke with my contact at TorkLift and he recommended a 5-step scissor step # TLA7805 for your camper's door height. He said if it was mounted lower, the 4-step # TLA7804 would work fine, but he would go up to the 5-step scissor step. I personally also think...
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  • Availability of RV Replacement Slide-Out Steps with Step-Up Height or Rise Shorter than 8 Inches
  • We do have a manually operated pull-out step, part # LC341500, a 2-step unit that features a 7-inch rise between steps. This might be a better choice and hopefully the 1 inch difference will make a difference for your wife. There is also a 3-step unit, part # LC341501 that also has a 7-inch rise between steps. To determine which unit you need, measure from the mounting surface where the steps would attach down to the ground, and compare that distance with the total height of each...
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  • Recommended Replacement Steps For Forest River Wildwood Travel Trailer
  • You will need to take a couple of quick measurements to see if the replacement steps we offer will work on your Forest River Trailer. One of the 2-step pull-out steps we offer is the Lippert, part # LC341500. This has a retracted height of 9 inches and is designed to be mounted in a space that measures 25-1/4 inches wide x 9 inches deep. The steps are 24 inches wide. Per Lippert, the 2-step Lippert step will fit in the space that the single step was installed. We also offer steps...
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  • 4-Step Scissor Stairs for a Lance Camper in the Back of a Truck
  • We have a couple of 4-step scissor stairs you could use. We have a steel model, # SS04, and an aluminum model, # AS04, and both are 18 inches wide. These stairs mount using an included bracket that looks like # AS2002. So they do not pin into place. GlowSteps # TLA7804 have pins used to secure to the mounting bracket but they are wider at 20 inches.
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  • Which Torklift Glow Step for Bumper Height of 32 inches
  • For your bumper height of 32 inches you'd want the 4 step version part # TLA7844 as it has a bracket height of 35-3/8 inches. The 3 step version part # TLA843 has a bracket height instead of 27-7/8 inches so it would not be an ideal fit.
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  • Needing a Replacement Electric Coach Double Step for RV
  • My contact at Lippert confirmed with me that the replacement step for LCI model 168367 will be the Lippert Kwikee 34 Series Double Tread Electric Step, # LC3722862. The Lippert Kwikee step features an automatic shut-down is step interacts with an obstacle. The step is made of heavy-gauge steel and sealed wiring connectors will help keep the weather elements out to provided for longer use life.
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  • Quadruple Steps with 7 Inches of Rise to Install on a Travel Trailer
  • The lowest rise in steps that we carry for a 4-step model are Hickory Springs Steps. I've linked our selection. The two aluminum models, # 94240EXTALC1 and # 9942424RFALC1 measure 7 inches from the third and fourth step, 7-1/4 inches from the second and third step, and then 8-1/4 inches from the first to second step. The steel model, # 994240RFXWC3, is a little higher at 7-3/4 inches from the third to fourth step, 8 inches from the second to third step, and 8-1/2 inches from the...
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  • P/N TLA8003 Torklift Glowstep Revolution
  • I spoke to my contact at Torklift and he informed me that the left to right width of the mounting bracket of the Torklift Glowstep Revolutions like the part # TLA8003 is 27-1/2 inches and the front to back depth is 12 inches. All of the Torklift steps that begin with the part number TLA80XX are 27-1/2 inches wide and the ones that start with TLA81XX are 25-1/2 inches wide.
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  • How To Install The RV Manual Pull-Out Step - Single, # LC341499 On An Enclosed Trailer
  • The RV Manual Pull-Out Step - Single, # LC341499 is designed to be bolted or welded to the frame of a trailer or RV. I called the manufacturer and they said that they only recommend to attach the steps to the frame of a trailer. They said they would not install the steps to a wooden floor of a trailer because the wood floor will not be able to hold the load capacity the steps are designed for. What might work is if you are able to brace the area around where the step would install on...
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  • Mounting Bracket Dimensions for the Scissor Steps part # AS24
  • The width of the overall step of the # AS24 is 24 inches. I attached a picture that shows the dimensions of the included bracket as well. It is 1 inch tall and is 24 inches in length. You would need compare these dimensions to the area you plan to use to attach the steps.
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  • Difference Between Lippert Kwikee Series Triple Electric Step Products
  • I spoke with my contact at Lippert and the main difference between the Kwikee Series Triple Electric Steps referenced in your question are their specific dimensions. The Kwikee 25 Series # LC3658374 has a 24 inch wide step with a 7 inch rise. This particular product includes the frame only, and it will not come with the motor, control or switch kit. You can add this with part # LC363982. The Kwikee 24 Series # LC375821 has a 30 inch wide step with an 8 inch rise and includes the...
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  • Availability of Kwikee 23 Triple Step
  • Both of the part numbers you mentioned are Lippert Kwikee 23 electric steps like what you have. The difference is that the part # LC369404 has a courtesy light built into the step and the part # LC3694042 does not.
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  • Does Lippert Components Kwikee 35 Series Single Electric Step Include Door Switches
  • Lippert Components Kwikee 35 Series Single Electric Step with 9510 Item # LC369146 is the same as 3691461. The motor, control unit, and switch kit are listed as included items from the manufacturer.
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