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jmbstudios

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Posted: 09/21/19 05:23am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone seen an aftermarket rail system to convert your TH rear door into a patio?

I've been doing a lot of searching but not finding any products.
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Posted: 09/21/19 02:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lippert sells the rails but says only to dealers. One other thing, your door is not the same door used for patios. It lacks a sheet of metal over the plywood.


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Posted: 09/21/19 03:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just curious - why would he need a sheet of metal?

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I'd guess and say because when used as a patio it gets more abuse and is subject to weather, as in rain. One thing is certain and that is with Lippert anything additional in the support / strength department is a good thing. Personally I see no use in having a 64 sq.ft. elevated patio off the back of a trailer with railings around it, but whatever does it for you.

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Our 2015 Voltage has the patio setup but no special sheet metal. I was just at a rv show in Lake Co Illinois and there were 2 toy haulers there with the patio and no special sheet metal on the ramp door.


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azdryheat wrote:

Lippert sells the rails but says only to dealers. One other thing, your door is not the same door used for patios. It lacks a sheet of metal over the plywood.


You've seen my door?

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By the way, my door is the same door used for patios. Just doesnt have the rails. Cables, no rails.

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I just use dog Xpens to line our door when it's used as a patio. We carry quite a few Xpens as our trialer is mainly a rolling kennel anyways. Lol


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I saw someone using toddler "fencing" around theres this weekend, plastic panels that dovetail together for making play areas for toddlers, size seemed to fit very well. Couple of bungies and it was pretty secure.


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nayther wrote:

I saw someone using toddler "fencing" around theres this weekend, plastic panels that dovetail together for making play areas for toddlers, size seemed to fit very well. Couple of bungies and it was pretty secure.


I would just tie a pork chop around the kids neck so the dog would play with him before I would drop that kind of coin.

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