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Old 10-01-2012, 05:32 PM  
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Originally Posted by nealtw View Post
If you don't want to buy a new ladder, bolt on extention legs made out of 2x4.
Yes, for a ladder oriented on a staircase as shown, using two of these 6tbo%3Du&zoom=1&q=%22square+u+bolt&usg=__SqxawFsBH FWW0gzygVSid2x-USs=&docid=AEjCi-eYMKMU-M&sa=X&ei=cCdqUNCLMYyu0AGmpoAg&ved=0CEoQ9QEwAg&dur =39
or make your own from two mending plates and two carriage bolts. A 2'x3' may even be strong enough.

I have two straight ladders, 14' and 9', and so now I have to see if these will fit in the customers staircase.


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I would just drill a couple holes and bolt on extentions.

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Nothing can go worng yuor permatiacaly fase.

I'm guessing the bulb is in a fixture or you'd use one of these.


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