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Old 05-21-2012, 01:53 PM   #11
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Location: Redlands CA
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It was probably built in Colton/Rialto CA. Same as mine its about a 20 minute drive and that's exactly what I did when I wanted to know. I talked to the "foreman" for the "line" in person and he told me what I stated before. But honestly he wasn't hopeful that any of them without ladders had blocking. Then when I looked at the price of ladders (with someone else's liability on the quality of installation). then I thought of the foreman's statement of, if a ladder is falling off 10 to 1 it was installed after the factory. I decided, I can find a place to store a collapsible one. We use our trailer about once a month so covering never seems to happen so a ladder is just for maintenance away from home.

Originally Posted by jar3316 View Post
I have a T26BHXL and they didn't put the blocking in for the ladder when I talked to the manufacturer he said its hit and miss whether the blocking is in there on the wildwoods it has to be ordered with the blocking and/or ladder sometimes that gets missed on the order.

I bought a collapsible ladder off flea bay and that seems to work better and be more versatile than a fixed ladder and cheaper to

I think this is the one I bought

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