High Country 2-Step Mounting Block

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Product Summary:

High Country Plastics 2-Step Mounting Blocks
 
Make easy work of mounting or grooming your horse, getting in and out of your trailer or RV or complete a number of other tasks in your barn, home, or garage.  Mounting step is light enough for children to move around.
 
Features:
  • Carrying handle
  • Window cutout for storage
  • Wide and sturdy base
  • Holds up to 500 lbs
  • Made in the USA!
Item Specifications:
Size:
26" L x 15" W x 19" H
 
Weight:
14 lbs
 
Material:
Polyethylene
 
 

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carla b on May 18, 2015
The price seemed good and the height is good for a 2 step. It will hold a large person while mounting.
Linda G on Jun 19, 2014
Great reviews...Can use all the help I can get!
TRUDY O on Apr 12, 2015
This is my second one also, needed one to carry in the horse trailer.
DIANA P on Jun 7, 2014
what is the height measurement in inches?
Martha L on Aug 27, 2013
Best Answer: 26" L x 15" W x 19" H
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how tall is it ?
kim h on Feb 28, 2015
Best Answer: Sorry. Not at the barn right now. But if Stateline can 't even go to the trouble of answering this question, they have questionable customer service. But I can tell you that if you have small kids getting on horses taller than 15.0 or adults with short legs getting on 15.1 horses, or your horses are 15.3 and above with average sized adults, you will need a 3-step block. When I have kids, I just put my foot on the block with a bent leg and they use my knee as the 3rd step. Having said that, I did not get a taller block because of weight issues (we have to move it all the time & I don't want to schlep around a super heavy block) and I fear for the stability of a very high block if its not heavy and broad based. I'm 5'8" myself so I don't normally even use a block except that now I'm getting older I find it greatly relieves the strain in my left knee if I use a block. So I'm a big advocate of blocks now, whereas before I would just tell everyone to lower the stirrup and get more flexible!
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