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    Aftermarket install Lippert F.A.S.T Ramp

    Looking for advice and/or information on an aftermarket installation of a Lippert Ramp to a GD 295RL or a 280RS. can an engineer or a designer gen up some specs on if this is feasible or a future prototype for a 2022 market for a collaboration between Lippert and Grand Design for a luxury couple's couch, max outdoor living.

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    So what you want to do is add a rear patio? Or actually cut the rear wall and create a non toy hauler, toy hauler?
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    Yes- a rear balcony (outdoor living space) by cutting the rear wall, removing the couch and cabinetry and replacing that with the Lippert 3 season glass doors available on many toy haulers. I don't need the garage features or space but would like the drop down wall to patio option to extend the living space and while enjoying the outdoors have the amenity of being off the ground. Do you think this is doable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anchored Acres View Post
    Yes- a rear balcony (outdoor living space) by cutting the rear wall, removing the couch and cabinetry and replacing that with the Lippert 3 season glass doors available on many toy haulers. I don't need the garage features or space but would like the drop down wall to patio option to extend the living space and while enjoying the outdoors have the amenity of being off the ground. Do you think this is doable?
    You would have to make sure the frame around the rear cap is strong enough to hold the additional weight. Might just be wood frame there and not designed to hold a patio.

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