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Stromberg Carlson RV Folding Handrail Review

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Review of the Stromberg Carlson RV Folding Handrail


Shane: Hey, guys. Shane here with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Stromberg Carlson folding handrail.Adding a handle like this to your camper or RV is going to make it a lot easier if you have mobility issues with walking up and down the stairs. With the smaller handles that may fold out about this far, it makes it a little bit hard to get up the first two steps to be able to grab that handle. With this one that you can see, it comes down very far. Standing on the ground, it gives us plenty of room to grab onto.

You can see very large size. Not only is it going to work for adults, but you can see where it's lower here. It's going to work great for smaller kids that also need a little bit of help getting up the stairs.The handle's going to be a one-inch stainless steel bar. From the top of the top bar to the bottom of the bottom bar is going to be 24.625 inches. From the back to the very outside edge is going to be 24 inches, so it's going to stick out a lot farther than your standard handrail.

From the very top to this very bottom is going to be 38 inches. So it's going to give us a lot more handle to grab onto than our standard one that normally would come on the camper.This handle is not only a folding handrail, but it's also a locking handrail. We're able to fold it in three different directions. We can fold it out like this, here when we're ready to use it, or we can fold it up against our door. Nice thing about it is both of these will lock to keep that rail from being able to be lifted out and rotated.

So whether you want it here and you want to lock it in place in case somebody grabs onto it and tries to pull up on it, it's not going to move. If we want it locked here, we can lock it in place, and that keeps somebody from coming up trying to lift this, move it out of the way, and try and break into our camper.It's going to come with two keys. Simply rotate it from one side all the way to the other, and it keeps the bar from being able to be lifted out.This rail is going to have a 200-pound weight capacity. It's going to come with all the necessary hardware to get installed. You just want to make sure when installing it, you're installing it into a wall stud so that the bar is able to handle that amount of weight.Each bar is also going to come with a nice cap to cover up your hardware.

We don't have to worry about dirt and debris or rainwater getting in and causing damage to the holes or to the hardware itself. They're going to be a nice, durable plastic that are going to hold up in all weather conditions.That's going to do it for a look at the Stromberg Carlson folding handrail.


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