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Old 06-02-2018, 07:57 PM   #1
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What's a good lightweight, compact ladder to keep in the motorhome?
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What length?
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What's a good lightweight, compact ladder to keep in the motorhome?
I use a 3 step from Costco
It stores nicely sideways in my compartment. What ever you might choose, measure the length you have to store it in.
FYI, my ladder won’t allow me to reach all the way up the side for cleaning but I use a telescopic brush and micro fiber mop for cleaning which works well on the ladder if needed.

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There is good, there is compact and there is light weight, pick 2.

Actually depends on ladder length. I use this one, not all that light. It collapses front to back and sided to side to,about the size of a 4” x 4”. It fits nicely i the pass through bay. I can reach anything I need with it.

We learned in the Navy that anything you can move with a crane is considered portable.

https://www.campingworld.com/7-double-sided-rung-ladder
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Ladder lengh

Tall enough to let me wash the windshield and put the sunscreen on.
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There is good, there is compact and there is light weight, pick 2.

Actually depends on ladder length. I use this one, not all that light. It collapses front to back and sided to side to,about the size of a 4” x 4”. It fits nicely i the pass through bay. I can reach anything I need with it.

We learned in the Navy that anything you can move with a crane is considered portable.

https://www.campingworld.com/7-double-sided-rung-ladder
This is the one I use. Works well. I see them pop up on Craigslist and offer up for cheaper occasionally.
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