Ladders and stuff

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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by Greynomad » Sun Nov 03, 2019 11:36 pm

Greynomad wrote:
Tue Sep 24, 2019 4:05 pm
We carry a folding step-ladder which, after closing like a standard step-ladder, then folds the steps so that the four uprights come together into a very compact square tube-shaped thing about 3" x 3" and 5ft long.

Goes into a carry-bag and looks like a slightly muscular spirit level. Stows easily in our under-floor through-bin.

I'd post some piccies, except it's in Girt, and she's currently having some cosmetic surgery... :?

Hoping she'll be released from hospital (panel shop) by the end of the week.

Watch this space................................... --> [ ] :P
Here's the pix:
Ladder 1.jpeg
Ladder 2.jpeg
Ladder 3.jpeg
Ladder 4.jpeg
Ladder 5.jpeg
Ladder 6.jpeg
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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by BernieQ » Mon Nov 04, 2019 6:20 am

Where did you get that ladder from Ray ?
Looks good .
Bernie .

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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by BruceS » Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:22 am

I could only afford two coke crates turned upside down! You might need 3 Bernie!!
One to step on to climb up on the top one!! lol
:) 8-) :P

PS. I like the Pink colour Ray! I hope no boobs were squashed by the money earned selling it to you!
:oops: :evil:
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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by Greynomad » Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:59 am

Bernie,
Bought it on the interweb. The web address can be read (in VERY LARGE LETTERS) on the cover in pic 1: <www.txp.com.au>.

Bruce,
It's actually fire-engine red. The camera/forum rendering does not show the true colour... or maybe it was the cloudy sunlight...

It's handy when Girt's windscreen needs cleaning. The top of the glass is 3.5m up in the air! :shock:
We also carry a little 2-step thing for the just-out-of-reach stuff.
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Ray
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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by T1 Terry » Mon Nov 04, 2019 10:41 am

BruceS wrote:
Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:22 am
I could only afford two coke crates turned upside down! You might need 3 Bernie!!
One to step on to climb up on the top one!! lol
:) 8-) :P

PS. I like the Pink colour Ray! I hope no boobs were squashed by the money earned selling it to you!
:oops: :evil:
Requires 6 milk crates to make a 3 milk crate high step ladder, I had a 9 milk crate assembly when I was first doing the Rustic Inn Perfection conversion in a back yard in Warilla. 3 steps and a 3 crate long platform, all tied together with a piece of long timber across each end for stability, from memory they were those green logs I rescued from a road side chuck out. I was real broke back then, just sotta broke now :lol:
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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by bob r » Mon Nov 04, 2019 10:46 am

Mine is silver they are called squeeze box ladders.

Bob

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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by BernieQ » Mon Nov 04, 2019 10:48 am

Greynomad wrote:
Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:59 am
Bernie,
Bought it on the interweb. The web address can be read (in VERY LARGE LETTERS) on the cover in pic 1: <www.txp.com.au>.

Bruce,
It's actually fire-engine red. The camera/forum rendering does not show the true colour... or maybe it was the cloudy sunlight...

It's handy when Girt's windscreen needs cleaning. The top of the glass is 3.5m up in the air! :shock:
We also carry a little 2-step thing for the just-out-of-reach stuff.
Thanks Ray .
Bernie .

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Re: Ladders and stuff

Post by supersparky » Mon Nov 04, 2019 4:39 pm

Ray, thanks from me too. That looks prefect for my needs. Now to just follow it up!
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