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Old 03-28-2014, 05:07 PM   #1
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Gpl folding ladder

I remember a post from way back. Does anyone know where you can write to purchase replacement feet for this ladder.

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I use a telescoping ladder with the top leaning against the last rung on the installed ladder so I can climb at an angle but use the uppermost portion of the built in ladder to gain access to the roof.

The telescoping ladder takes little storage room, and is light.

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I use a telescoping ladder with the top leaning against the last rung on the installed ladder so I can climb at an angle but use the uppermost portion of the built in ladder to gain access to the roof. The telescoping ladder takes little storage room, and is light. Ed
That's exactly what I do, I feel much safer climbing up
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