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Old 09-19-2014, 10:32 AM   #1
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Great Deal on RV ladder - No More Rack

12' 300lb capacity RV telescopic aluminum ladder $89.00 on No More Rack. Ordered one last week. Just arrived & I'm impressed! Camping World asking $170.00
Need a new RV ladder?. Get this one!

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When I click on the link it says "page not found"
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this is where I found it.

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Looks like a handy ladder but I don't want to lean one against my MH.
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This company has had 2745 complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau in the last 3 years! If you google them you will find a TON of complaints!
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Old 09-19-2014, 02:55 PM   #6
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I have one. It's a pretty good ladder with ONE major issue. You have to be careful collapsing it. Do it wrong and it can squash your fingers badly!

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p.s. I used it on my TS, which is 12' 4" tall when I need to work on the bedroom topper. Worked great.
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CW used to carry ladders like that, Changed suppliers back about the time I got this rig.. So I picked up one of the Discontinued ones at a very good price.. Handy, not quite long enough for my roof, but still handy for many other things..

But then I have a big extension / step ladder hanging on hooks that replaced the flimsy thing Damon almost bolted on and it is long enough to put me safely on the roof, or tall enough to wash the sides with (Depending on the mode)
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This one is only $69.99 with free shipping. http://www.ebay.com/itm/EN131-Std-12...item486c207772

I bought one for $82.

Used it today. I put foam pipe insulation on the part where it rests against the MH.
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Ditto on the foam pipe insulation.
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Great idea, the foam!
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I have the 16.5' version and it's barely tall enough. Coach is about 12' at the sides so with the angle, don't think you'll reach the top. I have a couple ft above the coach so I can find the ladder to get down.
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I have the 16.5' version and it's barely tall enough. Coach is about 12' at the sides so with the angle, don't think you'll reach the top. I have a couple ft above the coach so I can find the ladder to get down.
I have the rear ladder to use if I have to get to the top
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12' 300lb capacity RV telescopic aluminum ladder $89.00 on No More Rack. Ordered one last week. Just arrived & I'm impressed! Camping World asking $170.00
Need a new RV ladder?. Get this one!
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I have the rear ladder to use if I have to get to the top
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I, (like you), carry a 12' telescoping ladder.
I carry mine in the trunk of my toad along with two 12" pieces of foam pipe insulation.
To reach every area of the exterior of an RV one needs some kind of portable ladder, (even if the RV has a "mounted ladder"...which BTW my Safari does not have).
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I never used a ladder ( other than the rear one to get on the roof). I had aluminum extendable poles with scrub brush , chamois mop and squeegee attachments.
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