Toonmate 3-Step Dual-Curve Folding Pontoon Ladder
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Toonmate 3-Step Dual-Curve Folding Pontoon Ladder

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Item No. 321179
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The Toonmate Dual-Curve Folding Boarding Ladder folds up out of the way and snaps into place when not in use. Made of sturdy satin anodized aluminum with a 1" x 2" rectangular guard to protect the hinges. Includes standoff for support against pontoon. 250-lb. capacity. Mounting hardware is not included. Requires some drilling to mount.

3-Step Dual-Curve Folding Pontoon Ladder
• Handles: 23.5"W x 11"D X 11"H
• Steps: 14"W x 2"D
• 46.5"L deployed
• 23"L stowed
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  • Folds out of the way when not in use
  • Made of satin anodized aluminum
  • 3-steps; 46.5"L deployed
  • 250-lb. capacity
  • Mounting hardware not included
  • Dimensions Deployed 46-1/2"L
    Dimensions Stowed 23"L
    Ladder Type Folding
    Material Aluminum
    Mounting Hardware Not included
    Steps 3
    Weight Capacity 250 lbs
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    Could this be used as a swim ladder?

    Asked by: Dan
    This should work for your application.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-09-05

    Can this ladder be used n the front side of a pontoon instead of the rear??

    Asked by: Joyce
    If you have room and can rest the leg braces against the side of the pontoon this could work. This is not the intended use for this ladder so we can not guarantee it would work on all pontoon boats.
    Answered by: Product Specialist
    Date published: 2017-06-27

    Can the side gate be closed with the ladder in place?

    Asked by: Don
    It would depend on how far back from the edge, that your fencing/rails/side gate sits. The ladders sits approximately 11" in from the edge, which would NOT accommodate most gate/railing positions. This is primarily a ladder for rear access as seen in the photos.
    Answered by: Matt
    Date published: 2017-02-08

    How does this attach to the pontoon

    Asked by: Dan
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