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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 04:54 PM
 
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On Sale at CT for $30 reg $75


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Nice but I think Kieth needs something with extensions on the legs.

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Nice but I think Kieth needs something with extensions on the legs.



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oh yeah just seen this same ladder-step on sale at lowes for $25 regular $75



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I am 6'4" but with the Raptor I could use that small step ladder from PA. Would help doing the Roof and windshield

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I use one on both my lowered trucks. It helps me to clean the top, and middle of the toneau and roof without leaning against the sides with my belt buckle and zippers.

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I use one on both my lowered trucks. It helps me to clean the top, and middle of the toneau and roof without leaning against the sides with my belt buckle and zippers.

Gerry
i wear a microfiber suit when washing. definitely no zippers.



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i wear a microfiber suit when washing. definitely no zippers.

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