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Can 3-Step RV Stairs be Replaced with Quad Step


Hello Is it possible to change the steps currently 3 steps for 4 steps in aluminum On my FW Shasta Phoenix 32 feet Merci


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Your current steps can be replaced with quad steps like the Lippert Alumi-Tread # LC432698 as long as you have enough room between you trailer and the ground.

The Alumi-Tread install into bolt holes that are 26-3/4 inches wide and 7 inches deep apart. They will reach about 30 inches from the mounting bracket to the top of the bottom step.

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Charles S

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The real question being asked about fit is the width of stairs box/bracket that mounts to the trailer, and height from top of bracket to ground when pulled out so that the last step does not sit on ground. Can you help with that? I currently have Reflection FW with 27.5 inside measure mounting box, 3-step Aluma - Tread and need to move to 4 step Aluma-Tread. Thanks

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Reply from Chris R.

The mounting bracket width on the 4-Step Alumi-Tread # LC432698 is right at 28". This means you may need to remove and relocate your existing outriggers for this to fit, or it's possible that there's enough give to allow fitment as-is. There isn't a smaller 4-Step Alumi-Tread assembly available. From the top of the bracket to the bottom of the steps (when the steps are pulled out) there is a height of 30-3/4".

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