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Replacement OmniStep

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Post by annakizzy Wed Apr 06, 2022 11:27 am

Hello everyone, I hope you're all well.
I managed to bash my Omnistep on a raised kerb and it now needs replacing. The current one measures 47cm width but the only one I can find online is 55cm, does anyone know if this would fit with newly drilled holes of course. I have had a look at posts about steps but haven't found anything close to what I need.
Thanks in advance, Anna  scratch head
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Post by PLOUGHLIN Wed Apr 06, 2022 12:11 pm

Any good?  https://magnummotorhomes.co.uk/shop/steps/12v-electric-steps/thule-omni-step-swing-down-12v-460/

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Post by annakizzy Wed Apr 06, 2022 2:05 pm

Thanks Peter, I hadn't seen those. It's frustrating that they're all much more expensive than the 550. Do you, or anyone else know if I could have the 550 version fitted instead of the 460?
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Post by PLOUGHLIN Wed Apr 06, 2022 5:03 pm

Is your step not electric? The much cheaper 550 is manual. Don't know if it can easily be fitted as an alternative.

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Post by annakizzy Wed Apr 06, 2022 5:55 pm

Hi Peter, No it has to be manually pulled down and up with a foot, it's on a really strong spring. It does have an alarm so I don't drive away whilst it's still out thought which I have done on a couple of occasions! 
Thanks, your help is appreciated. Anna  smile!
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