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Product DescriptionThe dock and raft ladder is made from 1" square steel tubing and is blue vinyl-coated. 14-gauge galvanized steel steps have a blue powder-coat baked-on finish. 300-lb. capacity. Optional Quick Release (Item 25505) sold separately. Mounting hardware not included.
11" from the edge of the dock
18" between the two handles
11" between each step
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Q:Some of the previous comments for 5 step model complain of corrosion within two years in fresh water; even with taking it out of water and stowing it during winter. Has Tie Down addressed this issue in product design? I'm thinking of buying one, but not if it's going to fall apart within the first few years.Asked on 5/31/2009 by SEC from Texas
A:I am unsure if tie down has addressed these issues. I do know that the ladder is powder coated for rust resistance, but if you are using the quick release mounts and in taking the ladder out of the mount and scratch the powder coating on the frame or the steps, then it will expose the bare metal making it prone for rust issues. Once this happens the rust can spread quickly and cause integrity problem with the ladder, which is what I expect happened to some of these people's ladder.Answered on 3/10/2011 by Technician from Overton's
Q:I was just looking at the Tie Down Blue Dock Ladder. How long is it from the top of dock (mounting area) to the bottom of the ladder?Asked on 5/10/2009 by Anonymous
A:The 5-step dock is approximately 4.5 from the top of the dock to the last step with 11" rise between each step.Answered on 5/14/2009 by merchandiser from Overtons
Q:What is the length of the ladder? Also, how long does the ladder extend below the dock deck?Asked on 5/4/2009 by Anonymous from Jacksonville, Texas
A:The Overall length of this ladder is 71".Answered on 3/24/2010 by Chad @ Overton's from Greenville, NC
Q:What is the length of the ladder? Also, how far does the ladder extend below the dock deck?Asked on 5/4/2009 by Anonymous from Jacksonville, Texas
A:The 5-step dock ladder extends approximately 4.5 feet below the top of the dock with 11" rise between each step. The overall length of the ladder including the section above the deck is 70 inches.Answered on 5/11/2009 by merchandiser from Overtons
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