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YLKCU Boat Ladder, 4 Step Stainless Steel Folding Ladder for Boa

$681

YLKCU Boat Ladder, 4 Step Stainless Steel Folding Ladder for Boa

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Product description

Platform Boat Ladder
- This boat ladder is made to be bolted to a horizontal platform such a the boat floor or side railings depending on the installation.
- The design of this platform ladder makes it possible to be used as on a pontoon boat.
- Some of customers have also used this as a low profile dock ladder.
- Installation is very easy, simply bolt the ladder to a horizontal platform and you are ready to use it!

Specification
Material: Stainless Steel, Teak pedal
Ladder net weight: 3.9kg
Maximum user weight: 400 lbs

Most liked features:
For both individual and professional use
Durable, and rustproof it's well worth the money

Technical features:
- Extra wide telescoping steps for more comfort when boarding. Easy boarding.
- Heavy duty welded stainless steel pontoon ladder. Unique universal self supporting design requires no support.

Please Note:
- Do not place your hands or fingers between the rung when closing the ladder.

Package contents:
1 x Boat ladder
Note:
1. Because of the manual measurement 1-3cm size error, take physical size must prevail.
2. There is a slight difference between the image and the actual element caused by the brightness.
3. Incorrect maintenance mode will seriously affect the appearance of the product and the useful life.
4. If you have any further questions about our Ladder , please contact us first. We are happy to help you. I hope you have a wonderful life.

YLKCU Boat Ladder, 4 Step Stainless Steel Folding Ladder for Boa

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