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Hey,

I found a way how to save money lol!! I drive focus estate 1.8TDCi, i had my ladders and steps on roofracks and i managed to too 45MPG not bad, 80% motorway and 20% in town! I was just browsing in web and i found 6 rung Little giant ladders. they go up more then 6M and they can fit in side my car:)) only down side is that they r heavy :) 25KG. NO roofracks and all my ladders r in the car and i manage to too 50+MPG .the more u drive the more u save! U will see big differents when u drive on a motorway. Thats probably best investment i have done for long time lol.

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Got similar ladders me-self, and yes they are very versatile, loads of customers ask me about them.

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Got similar ladders me-self, and yes they are very versatile, loads of customers ask me about them.

Your customers need to get out more :D


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are they BS stamped for commercial use?

I have to check, not sure at the moment.

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EN 131

Yeah, the old BS2037 class 2 now known as BS EN 131-1:1993

but if your over 23.5 stone you'll still need the BS2037 class 1's :whistle:

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but if your over 23.5 stone you'll still need the BS2037 class 1's :whistle:

You got some Chris? :whistle:


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Any link to see these ladders....

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Here maybe?


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Yeah, the old BS2037 class 2 now known as BS EN 131-1:1993

Paul beat me to it

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They aint nothing new, been around for well over 10 years or so, they are fairly usefull as you turn them into a ladder (a solid one at that) but theyre heavy and cumbersome on site. They do come in different sizes and from different manufactures too though.

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