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R&R Design E-Ladder #13524627 04/19/20 01:22 PM
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Does anyone have one of these mounted on their Power Poles? If you do, how do you like it? If anyone has one on their boat and could text me a picture. I would sure appreciate it. Text to 254-216-2252.

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Re: R&R Design E-Ladder [Re: Costa Plente] #13524880 04/19/20 03:45 PM
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I used this set up for a couple years but recently sold my power poles. It worked, definitely better than no ladder in case of emergency. Overall, Im not a huge fan of the E-ladder but it is still on my boat mounted to the JP now.

Re: R&R Design E-Ladder [Re: Costa Plente] #13525015 04/19/20 04:38 PM
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I ordered the bracket from my local dealer and installed. I like it and have used it a couple times from falling off the boat fishing and kids getting in and out swimming.

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Re: R&R Design E-Ladder [Re: JBranham] #13525038 04/19/20 04:46 PM
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Sent you a picture of mine with the power pole bracket. It's for sale if you're interested.


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Re: R&R Design E-Ladder [Re: Costa Plente] #13525053 04/19/20 04:56 PM
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I just bought one used off this site. After reading a few guys experience of falling in during cold weather I decided better safe than sorry. Being that I’m a Skeeter owner it is very hard to get in where the grab handle is at without some form of ladder. I had to buy the PP brackets from R&R and they Only send three (3) bolts and you use one of the the existing bolts from your PP. After fishing a couple of times and deploying my PP’s I noticed the the one bolt that doesn’t sit flush to the bracket (bottom right/facing the boat) had a significant space. This was causing the PP to move. I went to Home Depot, bought a spacer, and now I do not have any issues. I think some form of ladder is necessary especially during cold weather. I’m getting older and not as in shape as I once believed I was. I do not have a photo but if you need it let me know 832/584-7637.

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