Telescoping Pontoon Ladders (Heavy Duty Stainless Steel)
Strong, easy to use ladder that stores easily anywhere on your pontoon boat.
Stainless steel, heavy duty telescoping pontoon boat ladders.
No more struggling to climb out of the water! Replace your old aluminum pontoon boat ladder with a new stainless pontoon ladder from PontoonStuff.
- 316 stainless steel tubing with rubber coated handrails.
- Compact design allows for storage under seating.
- 4 step design with 3 telescoping steps and strap.
- 32" L x 16" W when stored.
- 51" L x 16" W when deployed.
- 300lb weight capacity.
- Stainless steel slot and stud style mounting for easy deployment.
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What is the distance from where the ladder mounts to the deck and where the small legs rest on the pontoon?
The distance is goint to be approx. 10" from the mounting location to the legs that rest on the pontoon of the Telescoping Pontoon Ladder
Can the telescoping ladder be mounted to the forward deck or does it have to be mounted to the side to be supported by the pontoons. It looks like it can pull the mounting plates out when the ladder swings in when someone is climbing aboard.
This pontoon ladder must be installed on the side of the pontoon boat so it is supported by the pontoon's tubes. You are correct, if mounted in the front of your pontoon the ladder will try and swing under the boat.
Does this ladder come with everything needed to install. Mounting hardware ?
Yes, this pontoon ladder will come with all the mounting hardware you'll need. Everything is stainless steel.
Can you get parts for these ladders? One of my rings that hold the step is gone. It was the first time we used it. I don't know if it popped off then or wasn't there from the start.
It sounds like you received a defective ladder. Please send an e-mail to us at Support@pontoonstuff.com and we will get a new ladder to you right away.
How deep are these steps? They look very narrow. Is this ladder sturdy enough to support my 290 lb., 60 year old body?
The steps on the pontoon ladder at 2 1/4" deep. This ladder is rated for up to 300 lbs and will be sturdy enough for you.
Could this be used on the trailer as well for entry?
As long as you have the available space for the ladder to be installed correctly, you should have zero issues with it.