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Product DescriptionThis durable aluminum dock ladder is lightweight and made for easily attaching to and removing from the dock. Large solid steps with anti-skid tread are angled for climbing comfort. Made with stainless steel assembly hardware. Includes stainless steel footman loops with mounting hardware that can be installed on your dock to allow easy attachment and removal of the ladder.
• Handle rails are 18" high and extend 15" deep onto the dock.
• Steps are 18" wide and 5.25" deep with 12" between each step.
• 300-lb. capacity.
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Q:2 questions - can the ladder part be removed from the water or flipped up in some way to avoid barnacles forming?
How many feet is it from the dock to the bottom step? We have one now that we have trouble reaching the first step, esp at low tide. It used to be able to pull up out of the water but now it is stuck in place and can't lower it any as we could before. ThanksAsked on 8/18/2014 by Deb from Dauphin Island, AL
A:Yes. This ladder comes with footman loops and mounting hardware. The loops install on the dock and then the ladder hooks into the loops. The ladder can be easily removed by flipping it up and releasing it from the footman loops. Below is a link to a photo that shows how this works.
The bottom step of the 7-step ladder is 7 feet from the top of the dock.
http://s7d4.scene7.com/is/image/GanderMountainOvertons/39283_L2?$highres3$Answered on 8/18/2014 by Product Expert from Overtons
Q:Is this ladder straight down from the dock or does it angle out in the lake, if so, at what degree?Asked on 7/15/2014 by Jim from Livingston manor, ny
A:The steps go down at a 15 degree angle.Answered on 7/17/2014 by Anonymous
Q:From the attachment on the dock to the bottom rung, what is the distance?Asked on 6/28/2014 by bob
A:7 feetAnswered on 6/30/2014 by Product Expert from Overtons
Q:does theladdeer have to contact the lake bottom?Asked on 5/29/2014 by Ben from Hopatcong, NJ
A:No. All of our dock ladders are designed to mount to the top of the dock. The ladder does not need to touch the bottom of the lake.Answered on 5/29/2014 by Product Expert from Overtons