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Do Lippert Alumi-Tread Steps Use the Same Steel Frame as Other Lippert Steps

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I have a 2013 Montana 3100RL with the original Lippert steel quad-steps. They flex a lot unless fully supported at the bottom step. They have been fixed through a recall by the dealer and Ive had to replace other bolts and broken rivets. Im interested in replacing them with the alumi-treads version. Are the alumi-tread quad steps on a different and hopefully stronger frame, or the same steel frame as Lipperts original steel quad steps? The side frame strength and reliability are my main concerns. Thanks.

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The frame on the Alumi-Tread steps # LC432698 is the same steel frame used on other Lippert steps. You might want to look at the TorkLift GlowStep, # TLA8004 for a 27-7/16 inch base or # TLA8104 for a 25-7/16 inch space. TorkLift products are beefy and well made. Plus both of these models come with their own landing gear to support the steps at the bottoms. I have linked a video review for you.

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