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Supporting Member of Barthmobile.com 3/09
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Hello everyone, I would like to replace my rear ladder, it is oxidized and coming loose. I never felt comfortable climbing on it.
My question is does anyone know of a company that makes these out of stainless steel and more stronger ?


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Dave, I think the only option for SS would be in the marine area and models with the round-top boarding will probably be confined to the 4 to 5 foot length. If you are one that carries a short ladder for cleaning the windshield that option could work. To get a ladder sufficiently long I think you would be looking for a boat salvage yard or the back lot of a marina to obtain a fly-bridge ladder.
I may be wrong and a similar call to RV/camper salvage yards might produce the exact thing your wanting.
Happy hunting,
Tim


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Would these work??

http://www.ebay.com/bhp/rv-ladder?rmvSB=true


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