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Old 10-31-2016, 08:05 AM   #1
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Were can I find replacement parts for the stand offs on my ladder. Tried a pop rivet but didn't work
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Old 10-31-2016, 08:31 AM   #2
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Try this link https://www.factoryrvsurplus.com/cat...ategory_id=155
I have used this company in the past.
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Think you will find you will need all new plastic Radius Tube Connectors connectors for standoff tubing to vertical ladder tubing. When I rebuilt my ladder on my 2007 MADP all plastic was turning to crumbs. Recommend that you use metal barb connectors at both ends of aluminum standoff tubing.



Big improvement over factor install of screws/rivets.

Company has complete standoffs and will even cut to your length if not a standard length.

I ended up purchasing a length of 1" O.D. tubing (cut into four foot lengths for shipping, metal barbs, 6 new oval foot pads (5-screw) Got new Pan and Round head stainless steel screws from Home Depot. Replaced all standoff to vertical tubing connectors. Added 2 pairs of new standoff on vertical rear fiberglass cap and a pair on the roof. Found thickened fiberglass for new vertical standoffs.

Ladder is now very sturdy and hardly moves, even when a big guy like me climbs it.

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Thanks for the replies. I did order them from Factoryrvsurplus, the price wasn't to bad but the shipping for $19.52 was a rip off.
Just ordered a motor gearbox and controller for the steps and an awning shade from PPL motors and only paid $9.95 for shipping and they are in Texas.
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