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MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 27-3/4" to 28-1/4" Wide Doorways - 3 Steps

MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 27-3/4" to 28-1/4" Wide Doorways - 3 Steps

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

Yes, if you:

  • Struggle with lifting otherwise heavy steps and need a lift assist to lighten the load
  • Live full-time in your RV and want the highest weight rating so you can run up and down the stairs without worrying you'll wear them out
  • Have an entry height (distance from the ground to the mounting point) of 31-1/2" - 37-1/2" and a doorway width of 27-3/4" - 28-1/4"

No, if you:

  • Don't have the patience, tools, or time to deal with possible modifications to your threshold or door
  • Hate when any dirt or debris gets dumped into your camper from lifting the steps up into the doorway
  • Often park your RV very close to a wall, other trailers, or next to street curbs and want to be able to use the steps without reparking
Strut-assisted RV steps easily lift and lower with a finger, and the legs individually adjust to uneven ground to provide a wobble-free step into your camper. Fits a threshold-to-ground height between 31-1/2" and 37-1/2". Lowest Prices for the best rv and camper steps from MORryde. MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 27-3/4" to 28-1/4" Wide Doorways - 3 Steps part number MR65RR can be ordered online at or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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MORryde RV and Camper Steps - MR65RR

  • 3 Steps
  • Fold-Down Step
  • Towable Camper
  • 23-1/2 Inch Wide Step
  • MORryde
  • 33-1/2 Inch Wide
  • Aluminum
  • 9 Inch Drop/Rise
  • Ground Contact

Strut-assisted RV steps easily lift and lower with a finger, and the legs individually adjust to uneven ground to provide a wobble-free step into your camper. Fits a threshold-to-ground height between 31-1/2" and 37-1/2".


  • Entry steps with strut assist make it easy to climb in and out of your travel trailer or 5th wheel
    • Easily fold down for use and fold back up for travel
  • Triple steps mount and stow into place behind the entry door
    • Keeps steps protected from the elements
  • Easy-to-lift design uses gas struts that do all the hard work for you
    • Lift and lower with just one finger
    • Struts fasten the steps in place in stowed position
  • Stable design is bounce- and wobble-free
    • Legs extend and individually adjust for maximum ground contact, even on uneven land
  • Safety features provide traction and reduce the potential for slipping in wet conditions
    • 10-5/8" Deep top step is a bigger surface area for your foot when exiting the camper
    • Textured step surface and non-slip tread tape help keep you from slipping
  • Aluminum steps and powder coated steel frame are rustproof and resist corrosion
  • Pre-assembled steps come with mounting hardware
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: travel trailers and 5th wheels
  • Entry height (from ground to threshold): 31-1/2" - 37-1/2"
  • Doorway width (from inside flange to inside flange): 27-3/4" - 28-1/4"
  • Step dimensions: 23-1/2" wide x 8" deep
    • Top step depth: 10-5/8"
  • Mounting bracket dimensions: 33-1/2" wide x 25-3/4" tall x 12-5/16" deep
  • Height (in travel position): 41-3/4" tall
  • Drop/rise: 9"
  • Leg extension length: 1" increments for a total of 13"
  • Weight capacity: 500 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty

Why Fold-Down Steps Are Right for You

If you've ever stepped into a camper that has standard metal steps, you've probably felt that scary springboard effect that makes you reach for the handle. That bounce occurs because those pull-out steps never touch the ground. Fold-down steps have adjustable legs that steady the steps on the ground, so you can feel safe using them. Also, fold-down steps store behind your camper door, which means they aren't left out in the elements to rust or warp like factory steps.

MORryde StepAbove vs. Lippert SolidStep

But what makes these MORryde steps different from other fold-down steps, like the Lippert SolidSteps? The StepAbove has a couple advantages over the SolidStep.

First, the StepAbove steps with strut assist make it easy to use the steps. The gas-powered struts are built in on either side of the assembly and use air pressure to easily lift, lower, and hold the steps in place in any position. The struts also keep the steps in place when folded into your doorway. They make maneuvering the steps so easy you can do it with one finger.

Second, unlike the SolidSteps which have a solid backplate on the top step, the StepAbove has a backplate with large holes. These holes make it easy to sweep the steps free of dirt and debris before folding them up into your doorway, so you aren't stuck cleaning up your entry after every hike or trip.

Will MORryde StepAbove Entry Steps Work for You?

Fold-down steps are typically installed on travel trailers and 5th wheels. The fold-down steps from MORryde install inside your camper's door frame and lift up to latch into the doorway for storage. To ensure that you choose the correct size for your application, follow these 3 easy steps:

Step 1: Measure the Entry Height

Measure from the doorway threshold on your camper to the ground. For these steps to work, you will need an entry height between 31-1/2" and 37-1/2".

If you find that you have a smaller or larger entry height, there are other step assemblies that fit entry heights ranging from 25" to 42". (See table below.)

Step 2: Measure the Doorway Width

Measure from the inside of your door flange to the inside door flange on the opposite side. Your doorway will need to be between 27-3/4" wide and 28-1/4" wide for these steps to work.

If it turns out that you have a wider or narrower doorway, there are other step assemblies that fit doorways ranging from 21-3/4" wide to 30-1/2" wide. (See table below.)

Step 3: Measure the Threshold

Measure the rise of your threshold. The distance between the floor and top of the threshold must be between 5/8" and 3/4". If the height of your threshold is outside of this range, the doors may not close properly.

To allow room for the hinge plate, there must be a gap of at least 3/8" between the threshold and the bottom of the entry and screen doors. If the gap is too narrow, the doors may not close while the steps are down.

Find the Step that Works for You

If, after taking your camper's measurements, you find that these steps will not work for you, use the table below to determine which part number you need.

Doorway WidthEntry Heightetrailer Part Number
21-3/4" - 22-1/4"25" - 29" MR86RR
30" - 33"MR58RR
34" - 36"MR38RR
23-3/4" - 24-1/4"25" - 29" MR26RR
30" - 31"MR98RR
32" - 33"MR98RR, MR45RR*
34" - 36"MR48RR, MR45RR*
37"MR88RR, MR45RR*, MR75RR*
38" - 42"MR88RR, MR75RR*
23-3/4" - 26-1/4"25" - 29" MR26RR
30" - 33"MR98RR
34" - 36"MR48RR
37" - 42"MR88RR
27-3/4" - 28-1/4"30" - 31" MR68RR
32" - 33"MR68RR, MR65RR*
34" - 36"MR78RR, MR65RR*
37"MR28RR, MR65RR*, MR85RR*
38" - 42"MR28RR, MR85RR*
27-3/4" - 30-1/4"30" - 33" MR68RR
34" - 36"MR78RR
37" - 42"MR28RR

*Strut-assist model

STP-210 Second Generation MORryde Step Above Strut Assist Fold-Down Step for 27-3/4" - 28-1/4" RV Door Frame - Triple

Installation Details MR65RR Installation instructionsAlternate Instructions MR65RR Installation instructions

Video of MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 27-3/4" to 28-1/4" Wide Doorways - 3 Steps

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

Video Transcript for MORryde StepAbove RV Steps Installation - 2017 Winnebago Minnie Plus Travel Trailer

Hi there Winnebago owners, today in your 2017 Winnebago Minnie Plus we're gonna be taking a look at and showing you how to install MORryde's assisted steps. The main benefit of upgrading to these steps is for safety and convenience. These ones are gonna be more solid than your traditional steps and we'll show you those here later the traditional ones that are underneath. But with these we have got that contact to the ground so it's very solid when you're stepping in it just feels like you're walking into somebody's home. When you step on regular steps the whole motor home is moving with you but these feel very natural. Each one's got grip on it, as well as a raised section to ensure you get good traction and they're very wide steps so you get plenty of surface area.

The other big benefit on these is that they have these strut assist. So when you go to lift these up if you have the non-assisted version these steps are pretty heavy and you get the leverage advantage of it pivoting there but you still gotta put all your force into lifting this up and you're kind of pushing it close to over your head and that can get pretty difficult when you're trying to go up higher. With this one though it's very easy because we've got that at shock there that supports it. And if you're anywhere above kind of straight out the assist does the rest of it for you. If I let go here, you'll see that the assist would bring it all the way in.

I don't recommend just letting it go like that, 'cause it will slam in there, so you should slowly let it do the work for you. But it's very easy to bring 'em up and down I don't need a lot of effort to pull it down and you can see once you get about to this point that's kinda where the weight of the steps and the strut are about equal in their power. The legs on bottom are adjustable, so we're on a nice concrete parking lot here that we're working on today but when you get to your camp site you may have some uneven ground that requires maybe one leg to be down further than the other to get proper contact to the ground. The levers on bottom will let us push our legs back in, if we need to make an adjustment like that. If you need to pull 'em out, they simply pull outward.

Let's push these back in and take a look at the old steps and how much they are not gonna provide us that stability that these new ones do. So these ones slide out, these are easy to take out. Similar to the other ones we get to bend over quite a bit farther to get those down. We can already see that it's a big wide step but not quite as big as the ones we've got on the MORryde. And we don't have any grip tape on there, just the raised section, so we're not getting quite as good a traction.

but the main thing here is that when I step on it the step begins to give, it doesn't feel solid and the whole motor home starts to rock. So if you're just trying to do some service getting in and out of this thing, it's not as stable. Now, once you get to your campsite and you put down your landing gear and stuff that's gonna help prevent your motor home from moving, but the play that you see here in the steps is still gonna be there. So we can eliminate all that with our MORryde's here. And installing our MORryde doesn't require us to remove our old steps. And since you do have to lift these steps up to reduce the weight, the steps are constructed of aluminum. And again, that assist really does most of the work. I would say with something like this, let's go back down and just see how easy it is, can my single pinky lift this up Very easily one pinky, full control. And MORryde's thought about loading and unloading your RV or motor home as well. We can see we've got an extra deep, large step here for our top steps so that way, when we're trying to get some large items in here that you might have to go at a strange angle maybe you're putting a new couch or chair in, having this extra wide step here makes a huge difference in getting the kind of angle and amount of leverage you need to carry those heavy objects in and out. Now there are a few options for various sizes so you can get the appropriate one for your motor home. You can get in either a three or quad step, we're showing off the three today. They do come in some varying widths as well, we're using the entryway size that we're showing off today is 23 and three quarter up to 24 and a quarter for its acceptable entry door width. But there are also wider ones, they've got a wider door that works between 27 and three quarter up to 28 and a quarter. And for the entry height for your motor home you'll want the three step version if your height is between 31 and a half inches up to 37 and a half inches. And that's from the ground to the threshold where you step into your RV or motor home. For the quad step version, that's gonna be between 36 and a half to 42 and a half inches. So now that we've taken a look at our steps, if you follow along with me, we'll show you how to prepare the inside of your entryway door here and get them installed. We'll begin our installation first by just verifying what our entryway looks like and if we need to make any modifications. I'd recommend by starting with checking the width of your entryway. So we're looking here to the other inside edge there, so we're just over 24, probably at about 24 and a quarter for this one. That's important for determining the appropriate steps 'cause you can get these steps in varying widths as well as lengths. So the next measurement you're gonna wanna take is from the ground to the top here where your entry is. So this is about 35 of inches here. Both of those are important to determine, then how wide you need your steps to be to appropriately fit in your doorway and fold up and then we need to know the distance to the ground to know how many steps you're gonna need whether you just need a two step, three step, four step, all that's gonna come into play based on those measurements. After you get those measurements and you determine the appropriate step for your motor home you'll check the inside of your entryway here. The inside edge here in most motor homes is gonna have trim that runs down the inside. And we need to remove some of this trim because we're gonna have to clamp our steps to this piece here for our assist that our steps provide us for lifting them up. So we're gonna be removing this completely. Things like this too there was a fire extinguisher that was located right here. You are gonna need a little bit of room on the inside edge as well to secure our steps, so this is probably gonna have to get moved outta the way as well. Now we're gonna take our tape measure, place it on the floor and measure up our trim here. We wanna go up to 22 and an eighth of an inch and we're gonna make a mark we're gonna cut out the trim below that. So we got it right here, we're just gonna make our mark with our razor knife right there, so that we know where we need to cut that. We're gonna make this same mark over here on the other side, 22 and eighth there. We got those marked out, we're gonna cut that out. We got that measurement from our instructions, you'll wanna verify that in yours as well because if you have a different size step, then what we're using here, those measurements may vary slightly. So I went ahead and just use my razor knife there to just make the mark all the way across. We're gonna switch to a rotary tool, you can use the razor knife if you want but the material here is fairly difficult to cut with the razor knife so that's why we're switching. And we're just gonna zip this along the edge here, cut this. And we're trying not to go too deep so after you cut it a little bit I'm gonna switch back to the razor knife just so we can kinda score the edge a little bit and verify if we've cut all the way through. Looks like I still need to cut a little bit deeper, we've cut all the way through here on the edge but further in I need to cut more. 'Cause we're trying not to score up the inside of the doorway. So after we cut it across, we can then just pop it off of here it looks like we're gonna need some assistance from our screwdriver here just cause there's a couple of small nails holding this trim piece in place. So we're just behind it, prying it off of there. All right, and looks like we got a nail left behind want to grab a pair of needle nose pliers or something and just get that out of there. And we got this trimmed out, 'cause we need our steps to be able to sit relatively flush against the inside of our door frame here. This piece of wood kind of pushes in just a little bit, so once we get a little bit of pressure on it it should bring it flush with our doorway. We're then gonna trim the trim piece here on this side the same way so that way our steps can fit in this location. Also, you wanna check the bottom here there's a trim piece that we've got located here, this also has to go because our steps need to be able to sit flush against the inner frame here and that includes the bottom and this is gonna keep us gapped out, a little over an inch. All right, we should be pretty well prepared at this point, we've got all the stuff out of the way. To get our steps in here so I'm just gonna move some tools out and we'll get those set in place. So here's our steps it does have a handle on it to make seems a little bit easier when lifting it. It's not light, so it's doable. They're aluminum, so for the size it's light but I would recommend two people for this, but it can be done with one. We're gonna go in sideways like this, and then we're gonna turn it into position. And we're just being careful not to ding up any of the walls while we're doing this. We twisted it and pulled it up close, we're now gonna loosen these up with the 7/16 socket. That will allow us to slide it inward. We're gonna put 'em about just real close to hand tight, that way it kinda helps stay in the position we slide it to. Something like this. Then we're gonna do the other side here the same way. And now we can bring our steps out. These will slide outward. And we need them to contact the outer edge of our doorway there. We've got those us out we can go ahead and snug those back down. And that'll hold our steps into position there for us. Now we're gonna take the provided hardware here, these are the screws that it comes with and we're gonna get this screwed down to the surface. I did double check myself just to make sure my steps we're centered between the door, that way it'll look all nice when we go to put it back away. So we're gonna run these down here, it's gonna take a total of four, two per each bracket, we got one over on the other side. So we're just gonna kinda set this in here, I'm actually gonna pull as hard in as I can on it as well. And we're just gonna run this down. And then we'll get our other one over here. Now, when you pull your steps out of the box the legs here may or may not be inserted. If they're not inserted this is the location that you'll slide 'em in. We'll slide one out just so you can see that there is notched edges in there, those are gonna face on the edge that has the lever on there that's for adjusting the height. So it just slides in and then you'll push it on this. so I can insert it. To extend it, you just simply pull out, you only have to press on the lever to put it back in. So now we're gonna fold it all the way down. And then we're gonna extend the legs until they touch the concrete. And this way we know we've got good secure steps, this all feels nice. So next we're gonna be sealing in the inner entry way to the inner walls there. We're going to screw this down to the inner edge of our wall here. Now we have a piece of wood here that's coming out that is flush with the inside lip of our door here so we can screw right into it. But if, for example, you didn't have this piece of wood and you had to go to this wall here, directly to this piece, you do get some shims in your kit. That'll allow you to take up that gap to make everything flush and these are all the various shims. They do come in various thicknesses whether you want quarter inch, a sixth of an inch, or an eighth of an inch, you've got those various thicknesses and just use as necessary to take up this gap. Now, again, we've got this piece of wood that runs right here that we're gonna be able to screw directly into and be flush, but if you didn't have that, that's what these are for. We're just gonna use the hardware that it comes provided with here to run it in place. And I am gonna just ever so slightly try to keep this 'cause it does flex just a little bit, just try to keep it straight up and down all the way down. So I'm just gonna give it just a little bump there, and screw it into place. If you are running it in and you see it's pulling this piece out, all you need to do is just back your screw out some. That'll let your piece push back, flush again and then just run it back in. And we might do that a couple of times just to make sure we get it, as snug as close as we can. And we're just gonna repeat that running down. After you get 'em screwed in on one side, you're gonna put 'em in the same locations over here on the other side. Then we can adjust our final adjustment here for our latch because after you screw those down, they may drag ever sell slightly with the original adjustments that we had made to those. So we're just gonna let it in. Yeah, we can feel there's a slight amount of drag on this side right there. So we're just gonna loosen it up a little bit and just readjust. So I'll just give it a little bit of a looseness, slide it in just a little bit and then we'll snug it back down. Check it one more time. I don't feel any drag on either side, it's nice and smooth and we are making contact on our inner lip on each side. Next we wanna verify that our door is gonna be able to shut, 'cause you can see sometimes you may have accessories on here that may contact the door. So we're just gonna verify and see if this is gonna close or if we're gonna have to remove this. And just go slow with it. And the door did latch properly with our accessory in place. So that works out great, we don't have to make any modifications to our door, our steps go into position just fine. They lower down easily and you can see the self assist really works well on this. And that completes our installation of MORryde's assisted steps, on our 2017 Winnebago Minnie Plus..

Customer Reviews

MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 27-3/4" to 28-1/4" Wide Doorways - 3 Steps - MR65RR

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (317 Customer Reviews)

Strut-assisted RV steps easily lift and lower with a finger, and the legs individually adjust to uneven ground to provide a wobble-free step into your camper. Fits a threshold-to-ground height between 31-1/2" and 37-1/2".

by: 07/14/2022

Ordered these stairs so I can have time to install before our next camping trip. Stairs came in about a week later which was excepted. UPs delivered the Box damaged. As the UPS guy is walking up my driveway he putting parts back in. We noted the package was damaged. As we gets to the back of his truck he runs back with another part that fell out. Needless to say parts are missing. No instructions, stairs were scratched and of coarse missing parts. Called your customer service and sent pictures. After all of this, I’m only offered a $xx discount if I wanted to keep this order. Not the friendliest customer service person either. I get it, things happen but to only be offered $xx after I emailed you several pictures with proof of damages. I could have used the stairs and lived with the scrapes of it was worth my trouble. Now I have to wait another week to receive my replacement. First and last time ordering from etrailer.


Side rails are not near as heavy as my old ones of same exact style. Went from 1.75" width to 1.25" and no wrap around construction. Material is a fraction of the gauge steel as well.
Packaging that it came in, is to say the least, poor! There is no way any shipper will not somehow damage this product in transit!! Bent ends, hinge frame bent out of alignment, although was able to bend back enough to use.

For what I paid for this replacement product, construction and packaging are not to most peoples standards.

Disappointed is all I can say

I am sorry to hear that this has arrived damaged. I have sent this information over to our customer service department for them to get in touch with you about the damaged item.
-- Etrailer Expert Katrina B - 08/16/2022


Instant joy using these steps compared to the original steps. My wife was skeptical about me putting these steps on. She loves them. Thought they were pricey but now worth the price.


Nice hand rail makes getting up the steps a lot better



Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Having a full knee replacement and climbing the OER fold out steps was tricky. I had fears of slipping off and falling from the step and further complicating my knee. After installing the MORyde RV Steps I have full confidence on entering and exiting the RV. The flat sturdy step surface is a blessing. I recommend anyone especially those with limited mobility to switch. Be sure to correct size needed for you particular RV door width and height. MORyde will help with that information. Note: You can leave the old steps tucked in place.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Super fast shipping as usual from etrailer. MORryde steps were quick and easy to install. Camper no longer rocks when someone goes in and out. Dogs and kids have a much easier time going up and down the stairs.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Steps are awesome, etrailer customer service is excellent. Make sure you fold the end of the hinge pin underneath before screwing down. In the picture you can see how not to do it.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

The steps are easy to install and so sturdy.

Working out great. Well designed and built.
Gary - 05/23/2022


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Easy install just as the instructions. Great service from etrailer.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

The steps were perfect fit and installed easily in about ten minutes. They are well made and definitely safer than the stock steps that came on our travel trailer. The steps were missing the leg extensions but an email to customer service and they were quickly sent directly from manufacturers. Great customer service from Michelle her team!

After a year and using the MORryde steps many times we are still totally happy with them. They are well built and still good as new. Highly recommend these steps and etrailer
Dennis - 05/18/2022


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

I think the steps are well made and the product is great. The box came incredibly damaged and broken open (shippers fault here). Luckily there was no damage to the steps so I accepted delivery. The instructions call for #10, 1-1/2 inch screws (INCLUDED). Only screws in the package were 1 inch screws. Additionally the instructions called for me to cut the trim at 22-1/8 inches from the floor. I did this and installed the steps, but the depth of the wall to the front of the step's vertical flange was deeper than the shims that were sent to fill this gap. I would have been better off keeping the trim in place and placing the smallest of the shims included between the step flange and the door trim. Either way though the included screws were too short to reach the wall so I have to go purchase longer screws and either order more shims to fill this extra gap or put my cut trim back in place to help fill the gap which looks like crap now that its been cut out. The only reason I'm dropping the rating to average is because of the trim and shim issue and the screws being too short. Otherwise I really like the steps and when they are down it doesn't bounce the trailer when going in and out.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

etrailer was great to deal with. Complete details on product purchased. MORyde Step is a great upgrade. Safe & sturdy.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

I think your products are of good quality and easy to install or use . What I have a problem with is the shippers destroying the packages and loosing products from inside the boxes and damaging what's inside. I think etrailer should look into this and make the shippers pay for what they have done.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

These steps helped us in multiple ways.
Getting in and out of the trailer no longer rocks the whole trailer
2. The removed traditional steps allowed us to install another storage box
3. The steps are sturdy and safer in my opinion.
Installation instructions were very clear. I was able to install this on my own. Our door and interior was to small for the assist model, but my wife has no issues lifting these light weight and well balanced steps.
Takes an extra minute to clean before you store them inside but they are easy to clean.
I would purchase these again.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Five stars to E-trailer for customer service! The stairs arrived undamaged. Was a concern because of comments made in the reviews. Installation was easy. Although I hadn't had any damage, one leg has a very tight fit when sliding it in or out. The other one slides very easily. I feel this is a assembly issue. I had to adjust the locking side brackets for my install. Not a big deal. Once installed the locking side brackets are not as tight a fit as I would like when in the transport position. I bought MORryde because I can remove the stairs for easier access due to my parking situation. Overall I'm happy with my purchase.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Overall the step is much more stable than the original springboard that came with our trailer. The instructions were close to being right. Only problem was you need to move the steps back approximately 15/16" of an inch from the threshold in order for your door to close. Now I have 2 extra holes in my floor. Other than that they work well. Thanks.

So far so good. No complaints. Still very sturdy.
James - 04/28/2022


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

The steps are very sturdy which is what I was looking for. However, when installing (I had hinge 2) it tells you all the steps to take. When steps are lowered it tells you to make sure doors close. However it does not tell you to make sure doors close when steps are raised. So I got it all installed (very easily) but then went to close the door and door would not close. Hinge side of door the screen hits on the hinge of the steps not allowing closure. I tried adjusting the step hinge in different degrees but still could not get it to work. I ended up not locking that hinge into place and only having the hinge on the otherside keeping steps in place. Not a perfect solution but the only way I could make it work.

by: 03/24/2022

Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Box arrived trashed as expected from previous reviews. Missing hinge pins and mounting hardware and instructions. Mounting plate and hinges bent. Straightened out the plate and hinges. Used a punch to replace the pin. Installed in about 2 1/2 hours including the straightening and buying the hardware. All that being said I don't know why all trailers don't have these steps. Makes it easier for my senior dogs to enter. Stable and wide.etrailer customer service is awesome

I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 03/31/2022


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

Product arrived bent. Probably shipping company’s fault and not etrailers. Box was also open (tape opened) upon arrival so I don’t know if I’m missing anything that may have fell out of the box. But it’s useable as far as I can tell, after I fix the bent hinge.

I will definitely have our customer service team reach out so that we can have this taken care of quickly for you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 06/27/2022


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We have a Joyco Jayflight with a small door, with some slight modifications we got it to fit. Works great and makes it a lot easer to get in and out of our unit. For this unit, it should be 1/2" smaller in width. We trimed 3/8" from top by grinding down the mounting bracket..

There awesome. Easy install and use.
Lawerence H - 05/23/2022


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Love the stairs! So much better and stable than the fold out ones that were original to the trailer. I took those out on a big rock in a really narrow tree lined campground. Best thing that ever happened! In a reasonably handy woman in her 50's and I installed them myself in under an hour. Great customer service.


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We love our new steps . Much more sturdy in and out of our rv . Adjustable to different ground heights when parking our 5 th wheel.


Review from a similar StepAbove in RV and Camper Steps

The steps are an excellent upgrade. When installed they could be lifted up and down by a child. I had a problem with the install. The problem was with the plate opposite the plate with the cylinders. The bottom hole in the plate was drilled so low that it was below the hinge level. The video that shows the install on YouTube by the MORryde tech shows him installing the bottom screw just above the hinge. The hole on the plate that I have is lower than the one in the video. I could not get that screw installed. I had to drill a new hole above the hole that could not be accessed and install the screw there. Where the hole is that I drilled is similar to the location that is shown on the installation video by MORride.


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I was a little nervous with the install and became more so when the steps arrived without instructions. I had watched the video attached to the order and was skeptical about how easy the install looked. Boy was I pleased. The install really was that easy, 8 screws. It took so little time to install, the steps are very high quality and I feel much more comfortable and safe using the new steps. Thanks for making me a believer.

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  • Are the MORryde StepAbove RV Steps the Second Generation
    The MORryde StepAbove RV Step part # MR65RR is the same as the STP-210 which is the newest generation. It is designed for a 31-1/2" - 37-1/2" entry height and 27-3/4" - 28-1/4" doorway width. It's a strut assisted model. If you have different measurements please let me know what those are so we can get the correct step or choose from the list below. Please note, the STP-3-30-07h is the older generation no longer made.
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  • MORryde StepAbove Strut Assist Fold-Down Step
    We currently have two option available in the three step MORryde StepAbove Strut Assist Fold-Down Step, # MR45RR and the # MR65RR; both for entry height (from ground to threshold) of 31-1/2" - 37-1/2". The # MR65RR has a 23-1/2" wide step intended for a doorway width of 27-3/4" - 28-1/4". The # MR45RR has a 19-1/2" wide step intended for a doorway width of 23-3/4" - 24-1/4". Please let us know what follow-up questions you may have. Happy Camping!
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  • Is There a Lift Assist Available for MORryde StepAbove Steps
    There is no aftermarket step assist kit for MORryde StepAbove steps. MORryde does offer some StepAbove options that have a strut assist option: - # MR85RR - # MR75RR - # MR65RR - # MR45RR Unfortunately, this is not available as an add on. Your only way to add the strut assist would be to replace your steps with a model from above that includes it.
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