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Old 08-23-2014, 02:45 PM
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I've been following the threads regarding Mark Michaels Ezee Step's for several years. Of course I'm getting older and when I have the boat set up for Salmon fishing with the down riggers and all the rod holders its a bit of a comedy watching us "old guys" climb in and out of the boat. We usually stick Michael with the job of sitting in the boat at the launch and we get in when the boats in the water. At any rate, I talked to Mark and he walked me through what he thought would be best, and then, after I had them installed, sent him a text message with the picture and he suggested a slight change on the front one. I turned the truck/trailer pretty tight and I see no way to hit the truck with out a horrible screw up on my part. Here are the pictures:

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And yes, I'm dieting again!

To Juls and the rest of you who posted about this company thank you. Probably save me breaking my neck. (At least that's what I told my wife).

Have a great rest of your weekend.

Paul C.

PS......Thank you Mark!
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Old 09-01-2014, 07:31 PM
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I've been following the threads regarding Mark Michaels Ezee Step's for several years. Of course I'm getting older and when I have the boat set up for Salmon fishing with the down riggers and all the rod holders its a bit of a comedy watching us "old guys" climb in and out of the boat. We usually stick Michael with the job of sitting in the boat at the launch and we get in when the boats in the water. At any rate, I talked to Mark and he walked me through what he thought would be best, and then, after I had them installed, sent him a text message with the picture and he suggested a slight change on the front one. I turned the truck/trailer pretty tight and I see no way to hit the truck with out a horrible screw up on my part. Here are the pictures:

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And yes, I'm dieting again!

To Juls and the rest of you who posted about this company thank you. Probably save me breaking my neck. (At least that's what I told my wife).

Have a great rest of your weekend.

Paul C.

PS......Thank you Mark!

Welcome to the EZEE Step club!
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Old 09-02-2014, 06:48 AM
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Just ordered mine yesterday. Called Mark and he walked me thru measuring everything up. Very helpful and pleasant to talk with. Cant wait to get them and install them. Thanks everyone for the recommendation.
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