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  1. mcflipflop

    mcflipflop Read Only Funster

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    Help! please I'm looking for a rear ladder for my Autotrail Cheyenne, Autotrail way too expensive, any cheaper alternatives?
    cheer's Mac.
     
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    boat ladders, cut down aluminium ladder rope ladder how cheap do you want to go?:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Ask Mr Google various options available.

    Martin
     
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    why do people have a fixed ladder?

    if you have a roof box I can see a reason, but what else would justify one?
     
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    need to get up to clean solar panels .
    or clean the roof .
     
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    mount sat dish on, dry washing, put flag pole on, looks cool, ..makes it easier to get into the van through the roof light .. :Doh:

    small boy.. up on de roof..in you pop.

    to stop that happening you buy a ladder guard.. more dosh..

    but it keeps Peter in business.
     
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    One of these.... cheaper and comes in handy at home..

    I bought one at the Malvern show....£50... extends to 3 mtrs... :thumb:
     

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    I have a ladder it's been on my garage roof for the last 20 years a project, it has 7 runs.
     

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    That's what I use, as there is no fixed ladder I think it is more secure, keep the scallywags off!
     
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    i use part of an ally ladder a mate had bent and was chucking out . four bits of ally angle and its mounted . few rivets . dont get much cheaper .
    mind i dont have any roof vents .
     
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    And easier to clean and polish the back...

    I always think a M.H. looks tidier without them cluttering the back up.. :thumb:
     
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    I seem to remember, that you had to buy that extending ladder gadget, thingy, VeryOldMoIceCreamNoInternetMan, when you bought your Damon and it, unusually for an RV, did not have a rear ladder. :Rofl1: :Rofl1:
     
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    You are correct.. :thumb:

    Neither has my "Rapido" got a ladder..

    Bit heavy, Mike... but a good bit of kit... :BigGrin:
     
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    Looking through peoples bedroom windows, finding lost balls on roofs..........The list is endless.......:thumb:
     
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    magnummotorhomes.co.uk stock loads of autotrail excess stock or try eBay as ive seen a few sold on there over the years
     
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