StepAbove by MORryde, 4 Steps, 30” Door

Catalog Item # 107054

36.5”-42” threshold height.

MORryde’s next generation of RV steps eliminates bouncing, instability and wobbling when you enter or exit your RV. The StepAbove by MORryde features an innovative design that allows you to easily store and lock your steps into the entrance of your RV, keeping them out of site and out of mind. The adjustable feet allow you to always maintain an even and stable entrance, even while parked on rough terrain. These new steps flaunt a classic MORryde durable look with all USA-made parts, allowing you to have confidence in a product that is dependable and stands the test of time. Measure from door threshold to ground and use door width to determine correct step assembly for your RV.

Features:

  • Lightweight
  • Stable entry to and exit from your RV
  • Stores securely right inside the door
  • Twist handle to release the steps
  • Adjustable feet level the steps on uneven terrain
  • 500 lb. weight capacity

    How To Measure:

  • Make sure your unit is level.
  • Measure the height from the top of the threshold to the ground.
  • Make sure the rise of your threshold is between 3/4" to 5/8". If it is greater or less than either of these measurements, the door may not close properly.
  • Locate the sticker on the back of your door. If there is a sticker, it should indicate your door width. If there is no sticker, measure inside from flange to flange and add 2" to get door width.
  • If you have a screen door that has a storm window, these types of doors tend to be thicker and a small section of the door will need to be removed to allow the steps to lock in place.
  • If the door has a strut to keep it from opening all the way, the step will hit the door and the strut must be removed.
  • If there is trim on the back side of the lip of the door jamb, it will need to be notched.
  • The skirting below the threshold that surrounds the existing step cannot stick out more than 3/4".
  • If you are purchasing the optional handrail - if there is anything on the left hand side of the unit closer than 33", as you face the door, then the handrail would have to be removed.
  • 10. You must have a gap of 3/8" from the bottom of your door to the top of the threshold to allow room for the hinge plate. Without this clearance your door will not have sufficient room to close while the steps are down.

  • Technical Specifications

    35 lbs.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 3 reviews (5 Based on 3 Reviews)

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    Pros
    • Easy to install (2)
    • Lightweight (1)
    • Sturdy (1)
    • Could Not Live In Rv With Out Them (1)
    • Dogs go up and down (1)
    Cons
    • Sometimes We Have Issues Getting The Door To Close (1)

    The Step Above is a step above all rest

    by Terry Thompson – April 07, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars

    I've seen these steps on other 5th wheels and how easy they were put into use. I had been using a set of homemade wooded steps tha

    GREAT STEPS

    by Rene B – April 01, 2017
    5 out of 5 stars

    Living full-time in our RV, the fold-up entry steps grew tiresome. They are steep, beginning to rust, paint fading, and they bounc

    Best RV purchase We ever made for our RV.

    by Anonymous – July 14, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars

    After suffering a stroke, simple walking is hard to do. Climbing steps into - out of an RV, was down right scary every time, unti

    Sorry for the delayed response. Yes, they adjust easily depending on your site. If you click on the pic you can see the 'feet'. They can be removed or manually adjusted for elevation. Recently during evacuation for hurricane Irma, we were on the road for several days, a new site each night. These steps performed wonderfully.
    by Rene B – October 02, 2017
    These stairs have a threshold height of 36.5”-42”.
    by Camping World – September 27, 2017
    by starly83 – February 26, 2017
    No, a handrail is not included. Handrails are sold separately as SKU#107056 for 4 step units and #109643 for 3 step units.
    by Camping World – February 28, 2017

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