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Roof ladder security cover?

Discussion in 'MOTORHOME CHAT' started by Cocoro, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. Cocoro

    Cocoro Funster

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    Can anyone tell me where I can buy a rear roof ladder security cover? Cant seem to find any online at all? Do they come in different lengths?

    Thanks!
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    Hi, take a look at "Fiamma Ladder Safe" in your search engine.

    Johns Cross Motorhome's sell them and you can get a Funsters discount too.
    regards, Roy
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    Simple enough to make yourself..
    this is the one I made for the RV.. aluminium plate riveted to two lengths of ally angle, hooked over the top rung, with a locker lock onto the lower rung. .

    the Fiamma one.. well, IMO it would be a piece of cake to climb over ..but to be frank.. if anyone really wants on your roof.. this would only deter.. not stop..

    I made it before going to Morocco ... and used it for about a year then ditched it.. :Doh:

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  6. Cocoro

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    Thanks all, food for thought.

    ScotJimland, why did you ditch your ladder guard? I think it is clear that I need to make one also. Fiamma one is perhaps not up to the job. I would like one that wraps around the sides of the ladder to prevent people from using the sides of the ladder to shimmy up. I may even make that edge sharp enough to cause a bit of discomfort (amputation of fingers?). Poor things........!
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    Don't leave any sharp edges as (1) you could get 'done' for it and (2) you never know a friend or family might also get cut.

    Peter

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