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Old 03-23-2019, 08:42 AM   #1
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Spare Ladder

Hi all, I would like to carry my spare ladder but do not want to take basement space. Iíve noticed a few ladders mounted to the rear ladder on coaches on the road. Is there a product that makes this easier or is it just rope and bungee cords?

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get a bike rack from e-trailer that attaches to ladder on motorhome. Dave
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Another option is to carry this
https://www.rvupgradestore.com/GPL-7...2AD26C341AA795

It will fit in one of your pass through storage bins and takes up virtually no space.

When the sites opens, scroll down the other photo's just below the main photo. It shows how little space is needed to store it.

If you don't have a pass through, it would strap easily to your motorhome's ladder (if you have one)
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Thanks, i have the ladder, just want to store it on my rear ladder, this helps!
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I have a rack that hangs on the rear ladder. I think it was for hanging lawn chairs.

I hang my step ladder on it and have a small chain I wrap around the bottom rung with a pad lock on it.

Keeps hooligans off the roof and is very handy when I need it. It's been hanging there 14 years with no problems.
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Thanks, I will check it out!
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I use the ladder chair carrier TWENTYSIX11 22105 Chair Carrier https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002MYVZCO..._22ULCb1QE8Q7C
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I made a hanging shelf for the storage bay (it hung from the frame rails) to hold my ladder. Only took about 6" off the ceiling height in that bay and the ladder was secure and stayed clean.
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I use the ladder chair carrier TWENTYSIX11 22105 Chair Carrier https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002MYVZCO..._22ULCb1QE8Q7C
Thats the exact one I used. Works great.
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I will check it out, thanks all!
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I dont like putting and load on the ladder and bouncing down the hwy. Also never liked the look but maybe that's just me.
My current MH came w one of the folding ones and didn't want to take up the storage space.
Noticed other members that added one or more under MH storage tubes. 5" sq fence post sleeves from Home Depot and 2 caps did the trick.
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