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Old 06-16-2018, 06:33 PM   #22
Totenhage
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
State: Minnesota
Posts: 3
THOR #11994
ladder

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Originally Posted by Metalman View Post
I weigh 245 and it didn't take long to realize that the ladder wasn't up to the task of supporting my weight. Now I use a 10 foot step ladder to get me almost to the top of the RV ladder, and I support the bottom of the ladder with a floor jack. I've been thinking about making an adjustable support that can be carried in a storage compartment. It would rest on the ground under the ladder and adjust to the height of the bottom rung of the latter. This is our forth RV with a rear ladder and the first one that has such a flimsy ladder.
I almost fell of the ladder on my 2016 windsport. I can not believe how bad this ladder is It is very dangerous. Thor should replace them and have a sticker on them warning how dangerous they are
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