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Product DescriptionThis marine-grade aluminum ladder is perfect for easy and stable access to the water. 665-lb. capacity. Wide-step ladder features a 4"-wide rounded step for more stability and comfort. Steps are 20" from side to side; 12" between each step. Handles are 14" from edge of dock, 20" high.
Retractable ladder slides up above the water line to prevent marine growth. Double-rung locking mechanism keeps the ladder stable when climbing out of the water. Mounting hardware not included.
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Q:how for down from top of dock will ladder reach? does the 3 step ladder slid up out of water? have plastic composit decking (timber tech) is there any special mounting involved ie: plate to protect plastic? thanksAsked on 6/8/2009 by Frank the fish from lbi
A:The 3-step ladder will reach 36" from the top of the dock to the last step. Each ladder has 12" between steps and then you have a 12" step up from the first step to the top of the dock.
Yes, the rungs of the ladder slide up out of the water. There is no special plate to protect plastic but we do have quick release brackets (see item 86913)that mount to the dock and then you can easily remove the ladder when not in use for periods of time.Answered on 6/9/2009 by Michael from Overtons
Q:Re; the 3 step ladder: How far apart is each step?Asked on 5/17/2009 by chopperbill75 from Bloomfield Hills, Mi
A:Steps are 12" apart.Answered on 5/26/2009 by Michael from Overtons