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Old 06-01-2014, 09:02 AM   #15
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I have the folding/collapsible ladder. I don't like the telescoping ones since they have left marks on the coach before and they are not as useful as a regular ladder. Can't help on attaching it to the ladder but i would think some metal brackets that Home Depot sells for ladder storage would work well.
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Old 06-01-2014, 09:22 AM   #16
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I have the folding/collapsible ladder.
Here's another vote for the folding/collapsible... I have the 7' model and it is surprisingly very sturdy and easy to deploy and fold. Also, lightweight for a ladder of its size. Stores neatly on the wall of the basement.
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This is what I have. It folds up to 4ft by 2ft and the bottom stabilizer comes off. I do not have pass through storage either. When used as a step ladder it is high enough to reach the top of the coach.
Werner 16 ft. Aluminum Folding Multi-Position Ladder with 300 lb. Load Capacity-M1-8-16 at The Home Depot
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