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Old 07-03-2022, 12:35 PM   #1
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I have a 2021 Entegra Reatta XL and the coach does not come with a rear mounted ladder, any suggestions on a safe ladder to use to access and and inspect the roof
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I use a Ohuhu 12.5 ft aluminum telescopic extension ladder https://www.amazon.com/Ohuhu-Telesco...54&sr=8-5&th=1 for my rv and fifth wheel trailer. There are of course, other brands. Collapses to a compact size for storage and weighs ~25 lbs.
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I use a Little Giant foldable ladder. It fits nicely in my basement and is stable. It is about 15 or 16 feet maxed out so I can get on top of the Entegra safely.
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Old 07-03-2022, 04:59 PM   #4
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We have an Xtend and Climb 785p ladder, much more sturdy than many of the cheaper telescoping ladders, which can be important depending on your weight, etc. https://www.amazon.com/Core-Distribu...dp/B081D7DK8R/


The price on these has went way up though since buying ours 5 years ago when it was $201 on amazon
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I second the little giant levelor. Most stable ladder I have ever owned. Works as an A-frame as well as opening up to lean against the top to access the roof. There are many chores for which an A-frame is more desirable, like washing/waxing, servicing the awning, snapping shades over the windshield and so on.
I actually seldom climb on the roof because I can reach most things on the roof while still on the ladder.
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We have an Xtend and Climb 785p ladder, much more sturdy than many of the cheaper telescoping ladders, which can be important depending on your weight, etc. https://www.amazon.com/Core-Distribu...dp/B081D7DK8R/


The price on these has went way up though since buying ours 5 years ago when it was $201 on amazon
I second the Extend and Climb brand. I am a bigger guy, and even though a lot of the other extendable ladders say they support "X" amount of weight, the amount of flex in them concerns me when being used. I went with the 785P+, and am pleased with it. Was not real excited about the price, but it is probably the safest extendable ladder out there.
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I second the Extend and Climb brand. I am a bigger guy, and even though a lot of the other extendable ladders say they support "X" amount of weight, the amount of flex in them concerns me when being used. I went with the 785P+, and am pleased with it. Was not real excited about the price, but it is probably the safest extendable ladder out there.


I see it has a 250lb limit. I need my little giant with its 300lb weight capacity.
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