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Old 01-16-2011, 07:12 AM   #1
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Rear Ladder

Has anyone recently added a ladder to the back of the Motor Home. I have an 08 and has the blocks to secure the brackets..Where did you get the ladder from and its cost please. I think it needs to be able to fold up to give access to the engine compartment. May see some at Quartzsite. Mel

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I had the dealer add one to ours when we purchased it in '05, and yes it has to be a hinged to gain access to the engine compartment. I think I might have the manufactures model number on mine still, if you want I'll look for it tomorrow when I go to the shop.

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Old 01-17-2011, 07:30 PM   #3
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Mel- if you are @ DRRX you can take the measurements for the anchor points off mine. I think also there is a mfgr tag on one of the tubes. If you have the extra headroom 08 version, & you are smarter than the factory, you'll order the ladder an extra 6" longer so you won't need a footstool to get to the ladder (I told them not to order the same ladder as for the previous models, but....)
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Old 01-18-2011, 06:21 AM   #4
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Thanks Mike, yes we plan on being at DRRX, leaving Mesa, Az on Thurs. I hear that Kemberly Mfg . does not have ladders in stock any more, that is what a shop here in Mesa said. again, thanks and see ya soon. Safe travels.. Mel
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