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I might have shared this in the past but it's  worth sharing again. 

I dont know what I would do without these specific ladder stabilizers. By far one of the most important pieces of equipment on the truck. The stability and safety provided by these is amazing.  

Transfering from ladder to roof is much safer

Ladder bottoms are less prone to slide out

No damage to gutters

 Can reach a few more feet then you would with out them.

They work on corners.

 

If you are not using stabilizers this  is life changing for anyone who spends a decent amount of time at top of ladder or on roof especially on large homes.

https://www.qualcraft.com/index.php?option=com_hikashop&ctrl=product&task=show&cid=13920&name=corner-buddy-ladder-stabilizer&Itemid=186&category_pathway=13



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Erik Baumer

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Those are certainly much better than what Warner has.

We have used the Original Ladder Max for about eight years now. I like these for a number of reasons. They don't have to be mounted on the ladder. They will go anywhere on the fly except where the pulley is mounted and the wide angle makes them more stable. The also have the best levelers. I only buy two levelers per truck and enough base units for each ladder.



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I agree with Brett, the "clip ons" are much easier to use but the u-bars esp. the adjustable and standoff ones have their purpose.

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Brett that ladder max looks well built and just as sturdy. I would agree there are some very rare situations for me where clipping it on lower down would have helped.

Maybe I'm just used to mine being on full time but the only annoyance is when I walk into them on the back of the truck.

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DirtyRoofcom wrote:

Brett that ladder max looks well built and just as sturdy. I would agree there are some very rare situations for me where clipping it on lower down would have helped.

Maybe I'm just used to mine being on full time but the only annoyance is when I walk into them on the back of the truck.


Walking into them is the main reason I never went that route! I learned years ago when I did remodeling and would have lumber on the tailgate. If I was wearing a hat, I was going to hit it hard but not as bad as a trailer hitch!



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