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  1. paulio

    paulio Active Member
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    Hi guy's

    About to get a set of ladders and just wondered if there is any big difference between ***an and lyte ladders? and are the swivel feet worth the extra money or not?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. windyman

    windyman Well-Known Member
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    Yes on the swivel feet, I have them & they're great. Feel much more secure. Don't do a lot off a ladder nowadays, but would always get feet still.
     
  3. laddergarder

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    not sure how well those feet would be on soft soil, also replacing them every time the rubber grip wears will cost you £20/£30 compared to about £7 for normal replacement feet. We don't use them however, so can really give you any more than my thoughts on them. But what I can say we manage fine without them.

    have a look and ladders4sale there prices are not too bad, that is who we use.
     
  4. wilgold

    wilgold Active Member
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    Hi I was going to buy some ***an trade ladders. Instead I bought some from ladders999, brilliant!

    3m triples £128 delivered! I was gonna buy 2.5 but risked it and got 3m ones. Well worth a look
     
  5. rabia

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    don't have any idea about it...
     
  6. best

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    Go for "D" shaped rungs not "box" rungs as they are more comfortable if you are on them all day
     
  7. vito61

    vito61 Well-Known Member
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    Are you sure?
     
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