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Old 08-24-2016, 01:34 PM   #1
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Adding Exterior Folding Ladder to 29V Vengeance

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I am looking to add and exterior folding ladder to my Vengeance. Anyone have any suggestions or comments?

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Old 08-24-2016, 02:16 PM   #2
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also interested
would be one less thing to lug around
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Old 08-26-2016, 10:15 PM   #3
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Hello,

I am looking to add and exterior folding ladder to my Vengeance. Anyone have any suggestions or comments?

Thanks.

Tom
Where would you mount one??? The back is out, Mounting on the side would put you over the 8 1/2 ft. limit. That leaves the front, not sure they make a ladder to fit the curvature of the front. If you could bend a straight one without kinking the tube it might work. Just my thoughts.
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Old 08-26-2016, 11:13 PM   #4
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Where would you mount one??? The back is out, Mounting on the side would put you over the 8 1/2 ft. limit. That leaves the front, not sure they make a ladder to fit the curvature of the front. If you could bend a straight one without kinking the tube it might work. Just my thoughts.
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I saw a folding / collapsible ladder on a 5th wheel toy hauler last weekend. Was mounted on the side near the rear. It collapsed to about 3 maybe 4 inches from the side. The owner wasn't around so couldn't ask where they got it from.

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Old 12-06-2016, 01:41 PM   #5
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The latest Vengeance Toy Haulers have the collapsible side/roof ladder. I'm trying to get the part number from they.
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My wife bought me a telescoping aluminum one at Wallyworld. It telescopes down to about a foot and a half and extends out to 12 feet. I like it, not only for the RV but around the house too.
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My wife bought me a telescoping aluminum one at Wallyworld. It telescopes down to about a foot and a half and extends out to 12 feet. I like it, not only for the RV but around the house too.


I have one of these as well and it is very handy camping and home. It doesn't take up much room and you don't have to drill holes and mount items to the TT that you may not have blocking behind to mount too. Had a friend mount a ladder on his TT that wasn't factory and didn't have anything solid to mount to and he mounted it but couldn't really use it cause it wanted to pull off when he would go up so he was sending his son up who i thought was to young.
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I have one of these as well and it is very handy camping and home. It doesn't take up much room and you don't have to drill holes and mount items to the TT that you may not have blocking behind to mount too. Had a friend mount a ladder on his TT that wasn't factory and didn't have anything solid to mount to and he mounted it but couldn't really use it cause it wanted to pull off when he would go up so he was sending his son up who i thought was to young.


Here's the latest from Vengeance. Part # 30I93888A LADDER, COLLAPSIBLE BLACK LADDER W/ TOP HAT DOUBLE TUBE, TOURING EDITION
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Folding Ladder Update

Here is an update. This is the part number for the folding ladder used on the new Touring Edition of the Vengeance Toy Haulers: 30I93888A LADDER, COLLAPSIBLE BLACK LADDER W/ TOP HAT DOUBLE TUBE, TOURING EDITION
Beware, I was informed by the factory that this ladder can not be used on other models due to the fact there are no studs in the walls to mount this ladder to. The old ladder mountings do not match the new collapsible ladder mountings.
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Here is an update. This is the part number for the folding ladder used on the new Touring Edition of the Vengeance Toy Haulers: 30I93888A LADDER, COLLAPSIBLE BLACK LADDER W/ TOP HAT DOUBLE TUBE, TOURING EDITION
Beware, I was informed by the factory that this ladder can not be used on other models due to the fact there are no studs in the walls to mount this ladder to. The old ladder mountings do not match the new collapsible ladder mountings.
Do you happen to know the cost? I'm interested in one as well. I bought one of those multi position ladders but the thing is quite heavy and it will take up some storage room as well.
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