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    Member Ranger 188's Avatar
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    MY BOARDING LADDER

    got this at a boat salvage yard ,already had a place to install it pick out ,it is all automatic when extended out into the water the ladder drops all the steps down, when in the stowed position the ladder will cloaspes to the fold position,perfect
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    That could save your life some day.
    Don't worry Ma'am....
    I'm only here for the
    Bass.

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    #3
    That's a pretty cool addition. And I agree it could save your life someday.
    Y'all be careful out there and don't catch'em all!

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    Wonder where we could buy one like it.

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    #6
    Is that laying against the fiberglass/gel coat in the stowed position? If so it will leave a nasty mark in short order. I like the way it deploys in an angle outward.
    The ones that go straight down are useless as when you step on them the boat goes down in the water and the ladder is then at a negative angle making it impossible for older folks to climb.

    edit...after looking at the pictures I see it looks like you installed something for one side to rest on maybe?
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    Looks like it's resting on the rub rail to me.
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    #8
    Looks like pic 3 shows a rubber stick-on dot as a stop.
    Probably should find a way to secure it when in stowed position. Mini bungie?

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    That the same ladder that was on my Triton fish and ski. It worked well and will come in handy. I agree that you might want to find a way to secure it so it doesn't take a big bounce and/or deploy when you hit that big wave or wake.
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    #10
    Nice addition!
    Probably should find a way to secure it when in stowed position.
    Loosen the mounting bolts and put a velcro strap under one of the mounting plates - vecro the ladder in the stowed position without needing to drill any additional holes.

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    will put velcro under the mount, the round dot you see is rubber to keep the ladder from hiting on the fiberglass, also when the ladder is deployed out ,yes it is resting against the rub rail ,did not want it to rest on fiberglass