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Todd USA marine dock steps make boat access safe and convenient when boarding or exiting. Rugged UV resistant white polyethylene with non-skid step surface dock and boarding steps are economical, lightweight and strong. Handrails are now standard on 2011 models. Optional handrails for pre-2011 models are sold separately. Choose from a variety of configurations ranging from one to four steps.
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Triple Step includes (1) handrail
Quad Step includes (1) handrail
Handrail for Double Steps
Handrail for Triple Steps prior to 2011
Handrail for Quad Steps prior to 2011
Handrail for Triple Steps after 2011
Handrail for Quad Steps after 2011
What is the weight of two step?
Approximately 30 lbs including the railing.
How stable is the 4 step?
Awesome very stable
Awesome very stable
Very stable. Good product.
It is very stable>
The steps are made well . I did add some non slip material to them.
The steps themselves are extremely stable the handrail has a little give in it when you lean hard against it but it does firm up but it will move as much as an inch left to right before it firms up.
Can you put railings on both sides? Needed because of one side paralysis and being able to go up and dow.
Yes handrails can be installed on either side. Additional handrails are available for the triple and quad step dock steps per the Jamestown Distributor web site.
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Hi Wendy, yes can put the handrail on either side.
Yes. The railing can be put on either side. It does, however only come with one railing.
Since they are designed for the rail to go on either side, I would imagine if you could get the manufacturer to supply you with two rails, you certainly could. However if you are a large person they may become too narrow for you. Hope this helps!
can you get 3 steps without a hand rail?
I believe handrails are now standard. They are removable
I don't know if you can buy the steps without the handrail, but you can remove the handrail.
Can't help, mine is just a single step
Yes it is a separate line item
does this attached to the dock w/ bolts?
Yes you can though we have chosen not to. We need to be able to move them around and they are easy to relocate. My only wish it that the top was deeper so my dogs and I could stand together prior to putting them aboard.
The steps do not come with bolts. There is about a 2" flange on the bottom inside of the steps. Holes could be drilled through that and bolts installed to the dock via the opening in the back of the steps. I'm not allowed to bolt the steps to the concrete dock, so I must remember to put my weight on the step before grabbing the handrail. Grab the handrail first, and the steps will tip. I'm very happy with the steps and the traction when wet.
Negative. You'd have to fashion something yourself. Very easy to drill through.
I bought a single step and it does its job of being deployed when we visit docks we visit and stowing easily. Do not know the answer to your question
I do not have the steps in front of me but there are I believe 6 in place holes and I used wood screws and had no problems. You could probably go with bolting with no trouble.
We have not attached ours but it would be very easy to do. It has a molded lip around the bottom that can accommodate screws or bolts
Holes in base flange to screw or bolt to dock
I installed 3" PVC angle brackets the length of the steps to both lower sides to secure the steps to the dock.
It could. I believe there is a lip on the inside bottom that you could drill holes and attach with bolts/washers. The inside of these steps are hollow.
Is there storage in these steps?
I have a single step. It does a great job. It could be used for storage, but there is no drainage. That is a bit of a problem even if you do not use it for storage
Hi Doris, yes the back is open and you can store things.
Doris, there is an open area under the steps that you can put things in on the dock. No flooring under.This past winter I stroed salt for the dock, no more of that cruising to FL now hope for good.
Not technically. The back (and bottom) of the steps are open, so you could put things in there, but it's not designed that way.
Hi Doris,As it comes there is just an opening and you can store thing under the steps. To make it secure you would need to add a bottom and a door.Jerry
Yes, the entire inside is storage through a cubby hole on one side
No, no storage in these steps.
Yes, there's a opening in the back for storage.
Yes. I have the 3-step model and you can fit quite a bit. You access the area through a cut-out on the tall side of the steps. There are no doors, so whatever you store there will be exposed to the weather.
There is a cavity under the steps since they are hollow but I would not consider it storage space. You would need to lift the steps up and move them each time you wanted access to what you had stored beneath them . Hope this helps
our boat is 60" high it looks like the largest one you have is 32" do you know where I can get one that is higher for a large boat but must have a handrail?
Hi Teresa,I was in the same situation, and ended up building a 2X12 step that the 4 step sits on and bolted it together. It made it much more stable and I added a cross rail at the back. I can send photos if you like.Jerryjerry.huff.artist at gmail
does the two step model come with handrail?
The hand rail is sold separately for the 2 step.
can these stack inside each other? nestable? may need various hights for our yacht at different tide
No they are to big you will have to store separate.
They don't stack. It is very stable and serves my needs well and since it is a single step it stows well. At times I need a bigger or smaller step, but that is because of the variation in dock heights at different marinas, not the tide. It would be good if it drained from the bottom, so you did not have to manipulate it to get casual water out of it.
Hi Rose,If you are tide to a floating dock, the height from dock to boat is always the same. I have a tall freeboard boat and had to add a wooden platform step to the bottom of the four step. It made it much more stable. If you plan on the tallest steps you will need, you can always step off a step early.Email is jerry.huff.artist at gmail dot com if you would like a photo.Jerry
Do the steps float?
Just purchased this and don't know the answer for sure. It has openings on several sides so it would fill with water. But it would not be instantaneous depending on what side hit the water first. I think you would have some seconds, maybe a minute to retrieve it. Even after it filled there might be an airpocket. I could toss mine overboard and get a better answer for you, but maybe aonother time.It looks to be a good rugged, compact step
I would guess that they do not float. They are hollow inside but do not have any air pockets that I can tell. Plenty of room to store things inside though.
Very well made....
I'd buy them again..
Good boarding steps
good result . sturdy enough for boarding swim platform of boat while on lift. Railing is a necessity....comes with steps
Saves storage space
I have the 3-step model and it's big enough to store all my cleaning stuff in there so I dont have to store it all on the boat. Keeps the boat less cluttered.
So great, I use two
I like the steps... solid, clean, and non-slip. They come with little rubber gromits for the bottom, which is great for on the deck of the boat. The other set I got, I skipped the gromits and just mounted the step next to the boat on the dock permanently (and added a handrail...which, sadly, helped the ma-in-law board safely)