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Folding Ladder - Universal Mount

   

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  • SKU: 374127

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This Folding Ladder is designed to mount on boats with 0-12 degree transoms. Constructed of anodized aluminum tubing. Steps and hinge assemblies are reinforced with stainless steel riveted hinge pins. 11-1/2" steps. Mounting screws not included.

  • Mounts on transom
  • Anodized aluminum
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs.


2-Step - Open Length 25", Closed Length 13"
3-Step - Open Length 32", Closed Length 17"

Folding Ladder - Universal Mount 4 5 33 33
Good product for the money! I own a Tracker Pro 17 deep V and the gunwales are a lot higher off the water than a regular bas boat. I fish all winter long and started wondering about getting back into the boat should I fall out. I had always planned on using the cavitation plate on the outboard to get back in, but thought "what if this doesn't work or I have someone with me that can't do this?" The reviews on this product aren't very good for aluminum boats, but I don't think the writers actually knew the internal structure of an aluminum boat. Almost nearly all aluminum boats have a wooden stiffener in the transom from 1 1/2-2" thick. Mine is 2" thick. I "lagged" the mounting brackets to the transom with 2 #14x2" SS sheet metal screws per bracket. This makes for an exteremely strong installation. When I grab the side rails and shake, it shakes the whole boat... I wouldn't be afraid to pull a skier or tube with one of the side rails! This installation is fairly easy and only took about 2 hrs., I think I could do another one now in half the time. This is a good product for the price!!! January 21, 2010
NO REGRETS! I have been looking for a ladder for my V-17 Tracker for 4 years now. Although I was impressed with this ladder when I saw it at BPS, I was somewhat apprehensive about this ladder because of what I read in other's reviews. Finally, I went with my first impression and purchased one. I have NO REGRETS! Some would say it is difficult to attach, some say it is not sturdy enough, etc. However if you take the time, install it correctly (or have a shop install it for you) you will be very pleased with the results. You supply your own attaching hardware. I used 4 stainless steel bolts with locking nuts to attach the top of the ladder (as this is where most of the pulling takes place). However, I did not have access to get a nut on the bottom bolts, Therefore, I drilled through the aluminum transom and attached the bottom part of the ladder using #12 stainless steel metal screws. It took about an hour and a half to complete, and, although I could do it much faster now, it was well worth the time to do it right. The kids have a safe way to re-enter the boat and I now don't have to worry about how to get back into the boat should I fall in while fishing alone. If you're looking for a nice looking, quality ladder that you don't have a problem with installing correctly, this is the one for you. I LOVE IT! April 11, 2013
Works for me I installed the two step ladder on a 2004 PT 175. I was able to drill and tap the holes for the mounting brackets. This ladder looks as if it came on the boat. It functions well and will flip up to the closed position by itself if you forget to raise it. I found it to be very sturdy after it was installed and all the hardware was tightened. June 24, 2009
Great Item I ordered the 2 step and 3 step to see which fit best. I have a flats boat with a poling platform, shallow transom and not much room (due to poling platform and jack plate). I wound up using the 2 step due to my shallow transom. Both are quality ladders. I recommend the three step if the folded length fits your transom (above the bottom of the boat and water swale while under power). If you are a large person, the width may present problem and you may want a wider ladder. For average and below sized folks, this ladder works great. Easy to mount. Easy to use. Perfect for my application. August 24, 2011
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im trying to see if this is the same ladder that I have currently and want to bolt in the replacement using the exisitng mounts already on my boat
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no template with kit.
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Can anyone share what size, type and length screws they used to mount this ladder to their transom? I have PG V-16
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I used 5/16 self tapping stainless bolts 1 1/4 long
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It fits a tracker 190 so I would say yes. Just get the 2 step not the 3 step. Read my review to find out why.
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Yes - just had it mounted to my 175 ProTeam.
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The stern of these boats is not a flat surface, so I'm concerned it may not mount properly. Please advise. Thanks.
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This ladder is designed to mount on boats with 0° to 12° transoms. Most likely will not fit on the stern.
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I would not purchase this ladder for a pontoon.
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MIGHT IF YOU GET THE 3 STEP
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Please refer to DOTLINE Drifter Marine, Inc. by calling 1-800-279-4611 for purchase assistance for the Hardware.
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lost the one that came with it.
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Please refer to DOTLINE Drifter Marine, Inc. by calling 1-800-279-4611 for purchase assistance for the Hardware.
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Width is 11" and from Hole Center to Hole Center it is 9".
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Mounting dimensions:
2 Step, center to center: 8-3/4" W x 6-7/8" H. Out to Out: 9-5/8" W x 8-3/4" H.

3 Step: center to center: 11-3/4" H and same width.

Made of 1-inch tubing
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Yes, ti features a unique swivel mounting bracket to assure proper fit to most boat transoms. Requires minimal amount of space. Ideal for bass type boats.
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Features a unique swivel mounting bracket to assure proper fit to most boat transoms. Requires minimal amount of space. Ideal for bass type boats. The distance between rails is
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