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Re: Ladders and Stairs! [Re: Wireless] #217546 08/26/16 11:45 PM
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Re: Ladders and Stairs! [Re: Wireless] #217554 08/29/16 11:50 AM
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This is what I use with a simple wooden ladder:
http://www.josefsteiner.sk/media/ca...27136e95/h/o/holzleiter_detail-003_1.jpg

These extensions are simply clamped to the feet of almost any ladder.

BTW, ist that post before BigB's spam? Looks a bit fishy to me.

Re: Ladders and Stairs! [Re: Wireless] #217556 08/29/16 03:33 PM
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If it's a lot of agony to get at the bulb to change it, maybe use an LED bulb that is supposed to last much longer.

Re: Ladders and Stairs! [Re: Wireless] #217557 08/29/16 04:56 PM
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The OP posted this thread in 2005


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Re: Ladders and Stairs! [Re: Wireless] #217584 09/06/16 07:01 PM
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Despite the original post being from 2005, BigB's answer is right on. I was not lucky enough to borrow a painter's and paid nearly 100 bucks at a paint store. But it had to get done, and NOW! So I bit the bullet and now we have one. Just have to keep some Goober from leaving it on a job. Works on roofs too. To use it with a stepladder may take 2.

We once (not on stairs but in a high lobby) stood an extension ladder straight up and 2 guys held it while I went up and changed a lamp...pretty good if you're in the circus...I'm not! You learn a lot about leverage doing that (and working one-handed).

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