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Old 03-23-2015, 03:47 PM   #11
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I unfortunately do not have a ladder on the camper ( on my list of things to get) and I need to get a Thule or something for the Excursion but I was going to do that for bikes. The underside of the camper is covered so I can't put it under there.

I could put it in the front basement but the dog pen and folding tables are in there.

Storage at home is not a problem, traveling with it is.

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If your camper didn't come with a ladder there's a very good chance it cannot be installed after the fact.
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Old 03-23-2015, 03:50 PM   #12
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If your camper didn't come with a ladder there's a very good chance it cannot be installed after the fact.
I was wondering about that too so I called the dealer, they said a Puma ladder could be installed. That opens up another question.
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Old 03-23-2015, 04:01 PM   #13
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I was wondering about that too so I called the dealer, they said a Puma ladder could be installed. That opens up another question.
It's possible there's "blocking" factory installed. ....
I'd hate to be wrong tho!

Is your unit fiberglass sided or aluminum?
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It's possible there's "blocking" factory installed. ....
I'd hate to be wrong tho!

Is your unit fiberglass sided or aluminum?
Aluminum
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darn, with a fiberglass unit on a dewy cool morning you can see the outline of the wall studs and any supports or cross bracing.
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darn, with a fiberglass unit on a dewy cool morning you can see the outline of the wall studs and any supports or cross bracing.
Good thought though!
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I store mine in the spare tire carrier I installed when I added a rack on the back. Works very well. I got the spare tire carrier from amazon.
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