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    Re: Attention to Detail

    Ladder is not good and will bend with body weight. I purchased a expanding ladder and use the top of the existing ladder to place the top rung of the expanding ladder for support. I also use the existing ladder to support out flag pole. Best use for it!

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    Re: Attention to Detail

    Have a 2014 Heartland and use the ladder whenever I go on the roof. Initially I was hesitant to use it since I weight 250, although it "gives", I have not had any problems so far.



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    Re: Attention to Detail

    Quote Originally Posted by mlpeloquin View Post
    Ladder is not good and will bend with body weight. I purchased a expanding ladder and use the top of the existing ladder to place the top rung of the expanding ladder for support. I also use the existing ladder to support out flag pole. Best use for it!

    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...andable+ladder
    Had one of those expandable ladders until it was stolen last year, but it was my fault for leaving it in my truck when we were in Yellowstone.


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    Re: Attention to Detail

    There have been a number of ladder “fixes” posted over the years to add security and a more solid feel. I ordered additional set of the standoffs, which for my ladder was two pair; and mounted them about six inches from the originals. This gave my ladder a very solid feel and I’m sure increased load capacity. That flex was gone, so I was happy. Climbed topside many times with my 230 lbs...
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