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Old 03-01-2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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MH ladder repair

Hope this helps someone. The inner supports of my ladder was rusted out. Some of the screws came out, others had to be drilled out. Ordered my supplies online from factory RV Surplus and got stainless steel screws from HD.
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I'm sure it will help others. Thanks for posting it.
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You can also find them at bicycle shops called star nuts

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Hope this helps someone. The inner supports of my ladder was rusted out. Some of the screws came out, others had to be drilled out. Ordered my supplies online from factory RV Surplus and got stainless steel screws from HD.
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