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    4 Steps Now Available From Lippert (vs 3 Steps)

    For those of you who have asked about this previously, see attached link to article from RV Business regarding new aluminum 4 steps available from Lippert.

    http://www.rvbusiness.com/2015/04/li...ybrid-rv-step/

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    Those don't look to be as sturdy as the current steps. Looks like the age old steps but with aluminum treads.
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    Spec--looking closer at the steps on Lippert's site, your observation seems right on target. I like the heavier "framing" better on the 3 step version we now have.

    http://lci1.com/alumi-tread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toes in the water View Post
    Spec--looking closer at the steps on Lippert's site, your observation seems right on target. I like the heavier "framing" better on the 3 step version we now have.

    http://lci1.com/alumi-tread

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    X2...better to add a portable step for those occasions that you need it. It hard to get rid of a permanent 4th step when you're on a site with uphill slope.

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    I called Lippert's this morning to inquire about the four-stepper and they said the steps are not out yet. They are working on some, but at this time have no idea when they'll be out or how much they'll cost. Can't believe the article was so premature....

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    Yes, they are the old all steel steps with the aluminum treads.
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    3 steps are OK but wish they all were the same height........Killer on the top step close to 12" that's a LOOOOOOG way up or down,,,,,,,,,,,
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