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Old 05-04-2009, 09:30 AM
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Smile Product that may interest some of ye.

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Just got my TwistStep for my '08 EL.
If you have dogs this thing is great.
Installs in minutes and twists under the spare tire when not in use.
Farely heavy object this. Very strong.
Allows the dogs to step on up to the rear when the door is up.
No more lugging around the dogy ramp.
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Looks like it would get in the way of the trailer hitch?

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aye that it would, sense it uses it to install itself .
You'd have to remove it to use a trailer.
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pretty damn cool...I could use that for my kid. I put the oldest in through the back since the babies are in the center aisle.

but @ $175...wow
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I would just make my stupid dog jump.
It would be more quicker to carry the dog instead of unfolding that step.
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My dogs are well over a 100 pounds each.
And the oldest one can't jump that high anymore. Her old bones are not what they were.
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