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Posted: 06.11.2021  ·  #1
Hi anybody know where I might get a spare ladder. Anywhere near Dublin.

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Hi anybody know where I might get a spare ladder. Anywhere near Dublin.


They are not all the same, what camper have you got, how long ( how many steps ), what do you need a spare one for, does it need to be the same as the one you have, would one from a regular home bunk bed do.?


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Posted: 06.11.2021  ·  #3
15 degrees 5 rung bunk ladder. Just need a replacement. Would like deeper rungs for my old bones. Any would do.

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Posted: 06.11.2021  ·  #4
The aluminium ones are tricky and slippy


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Posted: 06.11.2021  ·  #5
Put padding on the one you have , pipe insulation or something like that


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Posted: 06.11.2021  ·  #6
Think R&N had a solution with wood added to the rungs to make them wider

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Posted: 06.11.2021  ·  #7
Yes we did and they were great, could step down with ladder behind. My mobility not good and I could manage it
The 4” wood steps slotted onto the rungs, only needed on the lower rungs.
I mentioned in earlier years when we had drop down bed in A class.


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