Every motorhome, whether it was made by Fleetwood, Airstream, or Holiday Rambler, comes equipped with a set of steps to make entering and exiting your vehicle safe and convenient. These are usually manual steps that must be folded up when you are traveling and pulled down and locked into place when you are parked. When these steps begin to show wear, they must be replaced. RV electric steps are ideal replacements because they make the entire process easier and more convenient.
A trusted outlet for RV parts and accessories is pplmotorhomes.com, where campers are sure to find discount prices. Here you will find the Kwikee Electric Steps. These steps are able to support up to 750 pounds, and they are made of black powder coated steel. Easy to install, these steps are easily retracted when not in use. You can purchase this product for $373.40.
Kwikee also makes a single step model, which is ideal for class b motorhomes or a smaller travel trailer. This step is for sale at americanrvcompany.com, and is also made from powder coated steel. The tread measures 23 ¾ inches wide and has a ground clearance of 12 to 19 inches. This step is made to fit standard openings, so it will work with most RV’s, including those manufactured by Itasca, Monaco, and Winnebago. It is priced at $305.57.
The Electric Double Step from Stromberg Carlson is sold by a number of retailers including campingworld.com. This product measures 24 inches wide, 10 ¾ inches deep, and has an 8-inch drop. Steps are solid powder coated steel with textured tops for a slip free surface. The steps automatically retract when the door is locked and pulled down when the door opens. This contemporary step sells for $524.99.
Not all suppliers of RV equipment are specialists in camping equipment. Amazon.com is an excellent resource for reasonably priced equipment, like the Stromberg Carlson Electric Single Step. This step features a 24-inch tread and a weather resistant connector for long life and durability. This step is priced at $444.40.
Some class a and class motorhomes from Prevost and other popular brands are particularly high off the ground. These models would demand the Kwikee Triple Electric RV Entry Step. This product features three steps that measure 24 inches wide, and when full unfolded, are 21 ¼ inches high. These steps add a sense of safety and convenience, and are great for those who find it easier to handle steps that are not so steep.
If your RV has a wider than normal doorway, a 26-inch tread may be the best suited product for you. At rvpartscountry.com, you will find the Step with Motor and Control Unit with a 26-inch tread and a 5-inch rise. Powder coated steel and weather resistant wiring make this a dependable and safe accessory that you can purchase for $399.99.
Stromberg Carlson also makes a triple step product. The Electric RV Steps available at rvstuffusa.com boats an 8-inch drop between treads. Each step is textured for safety and boasts a narrow strip that glows at night for sure footing. You can purchase this product for $641.56.
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