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Stabilizing Arch Holds Ladder
Hundreds of inventors over the years have tried to build a ladder stabilizer that really works so you can quickly set up a ladder on even the roughest terrain.
  The new "Pro Base" stabilizer looks like one of the best stabilizers we've seen. It consists of a metal arch and a couple sliding brackets that attach to the legs of the ladder. The arch is fitted with rubber-treaded feet.
  When you set it up on uneven ground or even on steps the ladder self levels by adjusting it with one foot. Once in place on the arch, the ladder locks in place. There's a lock on each bracket which you tap with your toe to release. Fits most ladders wood or aluminum from 12 to 20 in. wide.
  Sells for $69.95 (U.S.) including S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Hurricane Industries, 21432 Old Yale Rd., Langley, B.C. V3A 4N7 Canada (ph toll free 877 888-1233; Website: www.hurrican-industries.com).

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2003 - Volume #27, Issue #1