RV STEPS "this versus that"

Discussion in 'Talkback' started by kimberlysmoore, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. kimberlysmoore

    kimberlysmoore Junior Member

    We are looking at the following companies products before purchasing a new Double.Electric.RV Step.
    The prices are diff. Stromberg is a little more expensive, however.. sometimes you can find better quality with a higher price :) ..sometimes.
    We would like some feedback from current and previous customers before we make the purchase
    Stromberg versus Kwikee Electric RV Steps

  2. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Welcome to the forum Ki. The Kwikee seems to be most popular here. That is what we have on our MH. Did have to replace the linkage a while back but parts were no problem getting. No experience with the Stromberg.
  3. vanole

    vanole Senior Member

    I to had/have Kwikee steps on my past and present motorhome. Have had no dealings with Kwikee what so ever.

    With that said I purchased a platform step for my motorhome in October from Stromberg. The rubber feet went Kaput in 3 months down here in Florida. Sent Stromberg and e-mail inquiring about the "New and Improved" feet wanting to know the cost. Within 20 minutes received a return e-mail from their VP (Mr. Brammer) wanting to know my mailing address he wanted to send me replacments. Bottom line I think Stromberg is a good company that stands behind their product. Three days after my e-mail I recived the new feet and am happy.

  4. kimberlysmoore

    kimberlysmoore Junior Member

    thank you for the quick response :)

    Thank you for the quick responses :)
    Keep the reviews coming.. I have a week to make my decision.
  5. Clay L

    Clay L Senior Member

    Since being bought by Actuant and folded in with Power Gear Kwikees customer service has become almost nonexistent. I understand you can send an email on the Power Gear web site and get questions answered but they will not take phone calls.

    I will not buy anything made by either Power Gear or Kwikee if I can avoid it.

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