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Product DescriptionDesigned to help conserve space, this Dockmate telescoping ladder is also simple to use with no complicated folding. Made of heavy-wall, electropolished, 316 stainless steel tubing to prevent corrosion, this ladder has no springs or hinges to break or pinch. Features Dockmate's lifetime warranty. 400-lb. capacity. Stainless-steel steps with low-profile, nonskid plastic thread. 37"L x 11"W. 18"L when stowed. Mounting hardware not included.
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Q:what mounting hardware do I need to install this ladder on a wooden swim platform?Asked on 8/31/2011 by Anonymous
Q:Want to replace ladder on 1997 maxum scr3000 it has plastic steps one broke, Is this one a good replacement?Asked on 5/30/2011 by Anonymous from Chicago il
Q:I own a 19 foot fantail and would like to mount this ladder under the fantail. Once mounted, I suppose the ladder will fold and slide under the fantail for storage. Is this correct? Will this work and how much weight can this ladder support?Asked on 6/22/2010 by Jeff from Thibodaux, Louisiana
Q:PLEASE TELL ME IF THE 11 INCH DIMENSION IS AN OUTSIDE OR AN INSIDE MEASERMENT ?Asked on 3/13/2010 by JON from GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS
A:11 inches outside to outside.Answered on 3/25/2010 by Brian from Tech
Q:I plan on installing on the front of a pontoon boat.
How secure does this unit stay folded when under way?Asked on 6/4/2009 by Captain Curt from Ocala, FL
A:This ladder is very secure when underway. There are button locks on the rungs.Answered on 3/11/2011 by Justin from Overton's
Q:I have a 2004 Larson 18' 180 SEI Inboard / Outbard. I was if this can be mounted onto my boat swim step and if so, what will be required to install (i.e., drilling, sealing etc.)?Asked on 5/19/2009 by Ducky from San Pedro, Ca
A:This ladder can be mounted to virtually any swim platform. You will need to drill holes for the hardware (bolts) and seal the holes with marine epoxy so there are no leaks. Always seal any holes drilled into the boat so that there is not a possibility of leaks.Answered on 1/27/2011 by Justin from Overton's