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Old 31 December 2007, 11:15   #1
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Boarding Ladder

I have seen on here somewhere but cannot seem to find it, where someone posted a picture of a boarding ladder that is attached to the A-Frame. If anyone can remember where it was I would appreciate if you could point me in the direction of the thread. Thank you
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Old 31 December 2007, 12:48   #2
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I have seen the ones that are screwed to the transom and flip up when not in use.
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I have seen the ones that are screwed to the transom and flip up when not in use.
Thank you but won't have enough room on the transom, the one I have seen on here attaches to the side of the A-Frame, has a central poll and steps either side all in stainless, when it drops down it sits over the side of the tube.
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Is this what you are looking for, couple of posts down the page.
http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?...hlight=ladders
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Hi.

I managed to narrow one of the Stainless Transom Mounted ones significantly.

Its still wide enough to get a boot on, but takes up little space on the Transom.

1/2 hour with the hacksaw and Mig welder sorted it after sourcing the ladder of ebay for @£25.

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Hi Richard,

I know exactly what you mean, had one fitted to the 8.5 Tornado, Barnet Marine do them with their XS RIB range. Goes over the side of the tube yes? Give us a call when your free, could point you in the direction of the seller....
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as our convo earlier richard, I havent been able to get hold of them yet but contact details as follows:

Barnet Marine Centre Ltd
14 West Burrowfield, Welwyn Garden City
Herts, AL7 4TW, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 1707 331 389

The ladder you want is the one that was fitted to the Dark blue RIB Int 8.5 Tornado with a 275 Merc, they will know the boat and get you sorted.


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This one?
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No it was a different one, Dads boat had a smaller ladder, less combersome, Im having the RIB International office send me some pictures of the craft, will post them tomorrow for you, the rest of the that RIBs layout is the same, although Dad had dark blue, grey and off-white.
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Ladder pics as promised....
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Thats the one

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Ladder pics as promised....
Thank you to Frothy Top for pointing out these pics too:-
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thats gonna look cool!!

now for when the management is wakeboarding thats going to be perfect to get her back onboard.

i wouldnt be too happy about putting my excess weight on those 4 bolts tho!
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I think that is the perfect solution!!!
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thats gonna look cool!!

now for when the management is wakeboarding thats going to be perfect to get her back onboard.

i wouldnt be too happy about putting my excess weight on those 4 bolts tho!
Parker are gonna see what they can sort out for me. New rib is in progress, looking early feb.
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Richard, do you have any pics of your new craft in build?
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Richard, do you have any pics of your new craft in build?
Yep will have shortly, here's my last build thread.

http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?...=Parker+Baltic
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Zippy!

I walk up that ladder with 2x12l steel tanks on my back when diving + plus weightbelt and deko tank, total weight around 130-140 kg! No problem for the ladder, been used more than 1000 times now and no sign of wear on those bolts or on other part for that matter. More a problem for me!!

Its not perfect for divers though, but for swimmers and other watersports its really easy to enter the boat.

I will have it made 1 step longer and som sort of horizontal grip instead of the standard one.

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i could build you a stainless steel ladder that would fit on your a frame, no probs, biff, look at bamribs.com
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