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Old 06-06-2015, 06:04 PM   #15
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Post 10 above has the answer. When my previous coach ladder was attacked by my garage roof I got everything I needed for less than $50. Two 3 ft lengths of tubing, 4 internal splice tubes, stainless screws, it's actually pretty easy. At one time they had the ability to make ladders, ask them. It was easier for me to repair than replace.

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Old 06-06-2015, 06:17 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Mentor View Post
Why not get a telescoping ladder that you can use anywhere and store easily
My thought as well
My coach, like most Safaris, has never had a mounted ladder.
I have carried a 12.5' Telescoping ladder in the trunk of my toad for 14+ years.
A portable ladder not only gets you onto the roof it also allows you to access areas on the front and rear caps and the sidewalls that you can't reach from a mounted ladder or from the roof.
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I did the same as pictured with mine. Not really bent but broken, so I removed it and tie wired pieces of angle iron across about 3-4 steps to keep it inline during welding and took to a guy who heli-arced it for $50. It's still on there and you really can't see the welds unless you were looking.
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