Great Ladder for Full time RVers and Snowbirds

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  • #15890
    Ray
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    http://www.loveyourrv.com/finally-picked-myself-up-a-proper-ladder-for-fulltime-rving/
    Well, after over 4 years of full timing on the road in our RV I finally got myself a proper full timer’s ladder. Not sure what took me so long and probably lucky I haven’t taken a spill off the little cheap 3 step ladder I’ve been using.

    I guess it’s because I’ve been blessed with good health and agility so have been satisfied to stretch and reach and head up on the roof with ease. But, I am getting older every year and more and more it’s getting to be a bad idea. A bad fall could bring our amazing lifestyle to a quick end.

    Werner MT-13 300-Pound Duty Rating Telescoping Multi-Ladder, 13-Foot

    #15892
    Dan Huhn
    Participant

    Ray love the video especially the black & white part . Your getting more daring with them keep up the good work!!!

    #15913
    Eddie & Aileen
    Participant

    “Nice” Ray!

    #15934
    Ray
    Keymaster

    [quote quote=15892]

    Ray love the video especially the black & white part . Your getting more daring with them keep up the good work!!!

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    Will do, thanks Dan 🙂

    #15997
    George
    Member

    That looks like a good one Ray.

    Along the same lines (ladders), our Storm does not have an attached ladder to get onto the roof.  I bought this collapsible one for that purpose, as well as high cleaning.  I am real happy with it, very sturdy and packs nice.  The prices for these are all over the place; this is the cheapest one and seems to be of the same quality as some of the more expensive ones.

    Collapsible Ladder

    #16125
    Jesse Balk
    Participant

    Great video Ray. After seeing your video several days ago I filed it away in the back of my mind that this was going to have to be something to purchase, especially once I get out of planning mode and get into “down-the-road” mode.

    The more I thought about it I thought, “well I could use a ladder like that around the house now!

    Then today I was at Lowe’s and I had just checked-out in the self serve section and I heard that feminine robot come over the loud speakers, “Help needed in the ladder aisle, Help needed in the ladder aisle”. I thought gee I ought to see if Lowe’s has this Werner MT-13 ladder. I had already seen it advertised in many places at over $200 and at Amazon they wanted $151.

    I was happy to take the ladder home from Lowe’s for $99 before taxes.

    BTW . . . thanks a lot for the site. I’m learning a lot here as I make plans to hit the road myself.

    #16129
    Ray
    Keymaster

    Thanks Jesse, glad to help out  🙂

    Good deal. It’s nice to pay a 100 bucks these days and actually get something substantial. 🙂

    [quote quote=16125]Great video Ray. After seeing your video several days ago I filed it away in the back of my mind that this was going to have to be something to purchase, especially once I get out of planning mode and get into “down-the-road” mode. The more I thought about it I thought, “well I could use a ladder like that around the house now! Then today I was at Lowe’s and I had just checked-out in the self serve section and I heard that feminine robot come over the loud speakers, “Help needed in the ladder aisle, Help needed in the ladder aisle”. I thought gee I ought to see if Lowe’s has this Werner MT-13 ladder. I had already seen it advertised in many places at over $200 and at Amazon they wanted $151. I was happy to take the ladder home from Lowe’s for $99 before taxes. BTW . . . thanks a lot for the site. I’m learning a lot here as I make plans to hit the road myself. [/quote]

    #16349
    LolaandRush
    Participant

    Another Job well done Ray.

    #16362
    Ray
    Keymaster

    We had a few nice days here so I got a chance to wax the ol’ Cougar.

    Thumbs way up on the new ladder, very stable.  :good:

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