Trbomax, experience/advice from the retired owner of seamless gutter and garage door companies(me) do not go near a step ladder that is over 10' tall...On ground that is not perfectly level they are begging to twist and tumble. There is nothing stable about them and the transition from ladder to another surface, and/or back, is asking for disaster. Wrap the sides of an extension ladder with a cloth where it will contact your rig (with duct tape to hold in place), make sure the ladder is 3-4 feet above the top of the rig, and climb up or down with the confidence that your step onto the roof and back to the ladder will be safe.
2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty CC Dually, 7.3 Diesel
2013 832IKBS Flagstaff Classic Ultra Lite, Hensley Arrow Hitch, Carlisle tires
2016 days camped....211, it ain't over yet!
On the road to ALASKA May 6, home Sept. 13, 2016. 23 states, 3 Canadian Provinces, up to the Arctic Circle, 17,300 miles, 131 days on the road. 1 flat tire, 4 oil changes. What a beautiful trip!