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hi guys what type/make of steps do you use for your van thanks what are the best

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Started with these. Very good and still got them. But a trifle low.

http://www. thecaravanshop. co. uk/steps/plastic-steps/cat_147. html

 

Had these but returned them as faulty. Also sank into ground fairly easily.

http://www. thecaravanshop. co. uk/steps/plastic-steps/cat_147. html

 

Now using these. Great but BIG!

http://www. thecaravanshop. co. uk/steps/milenco-mgi-double-plastic-caravan-step/cat_383. html

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These do the job for me and do not sink into the ground.

http://www. milenco. com/products/steps/aluminium-rubber-top-double-step/

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Mine are Pyramid folding steps and are brilliant. Nice non slip treads on the steps, wide feet so don't sink, lightweight but very strong (I'm 105 kgs), and they fold so it's easy to fit them through the caravan door for storage.

 

Unfortunately Pyramid no longer trade, but these steps are still knocking around on the likes of eBay http://www. ebay. co. uk/bhp/folding-caravan-steps

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Dad's got the Milenco Alloy-Double - It's stable and won't leave holes in a groundsheet.

 

We've got the Milenco Alloy-Single - as above, but the dog find's it easier to get into / out of the 'van with less-width.

Al.

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My friend had the steps above. He is slim and not heavy. Stepped out of his van One morning onto them they broke and he broke his ankle. Think they must have rusted or something to give way like that. We have single fairly large plastic step and so does my friend now

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Milenco double step, light, peggable, and up to the job!

 

 

Me too. ......especially as I am a very 'large' person never had a stability problem

 

geoff

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My friend had the steps above. He is slim and not heavy. Stepped out of his van One morning onto them they broke and he broke his ankle. Think they must have rusted or something to give way like that. We have single fairly large plastic step and so does my friend now

when we were away in Europe last summer (we had a motorhome at the time) dad's "Supplied with the 'van" plastic step collapsed because it was so warm! - Seem's there's not a step that won't collapse!

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Dealers threw one in for us. Along with wheelclamp, cable, waste and water carrying containers not a clue what make but seems to do the job.

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I use the one from post 3, very simple reason, it does not sink into grass as anything with legs would. Ver strong too.

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Land Rover Discovery and Conquerer 630

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when we were away in Europe last summer (we had a motorhome at the time) dad's "Supplied with the 'van" plastic step collapsed because it was so warm! - Seem's there's not a step that won't collapse!

I have never been anywhere hot enough for my plastic step to collapse. I would love the opportunity but in Blighty its just never been that hot. I can hope

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