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how to delete post on forum? 5 months 1 week ago #1

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Steps Stuck in 5 months 1 week ago #2

All the time...The tend to rust up.

Just use some WD-40 to break it lose and follow up with Silicon Spray.

I have to do this about twice a year.
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Steps Stuck in 5 months 1 week ago #3

Silicone spray regularly. They catch a lot of road grime as it is, so would not recommend adding WD40 for it to stick to, unless it's the silicone WD40.

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We traded the original steps at the 2016 rally to the Lippert Aluminium 4-tread. Similar to Danny we spray with silicone and move in and out a few times.

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Steps Stuck in 5 months 1 week ago #5

Use silicone spray monthly to keep steps from locking up or being stiff to use. We full-time and move often; however, without lubing them up frequently, they get stiff to use in no time.

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