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Lippert debuts side-entry toy hauler deck ramp

Lippert Components’s Toy Hauler Ramp Door Party Deck, designed to transform the ramp door of a coach into additional living space by converting the previously unusable space into a fully functional outdoor deck in minutes, now features side entrance deck access steps.

“Toy Hauler patio systems have been a rapidly evolving product line over the past several years, and we’re pleased to be bringing another advancement to the game,” said LCI Vice President of Sales Andy Murray. “We’re more focused than ever on enhancing products to improve the end user’s experience, and we believe side entry will make the patio space much more usable and make accessibility much more practical as it places the entry point on the awning side of the coach.”

LCI’s Toy Hauler Ramp Door Party Deck features a patent-pending side entrance. The patio system is tested to the rigors of ASPMD7032-14. The hybrid design increases wear resistance and performance, a release from the company stated.

The rail kit features a positive or solid “lock-out” which holds the rails beyond a 90-degree angle so customers need not fear crosswinds while loading or unloading their toys. Unlike magnets used by other systems, LCI’s new system ensures stress- and damage-free loading and unloading.

Upgraded foot pads allow for easier setup and tear down. LCI’s adjustable cables allow the patio to be set and held in the proper position meaning no more patio sag.

No further information is available, meaning the RV owners cannot buy the system, but that the company will offer it to RV manufacturers for use on future toy hauler models.

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Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

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