Ladder wall bracket recommendation

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Stevie Freestein II, Sep 16, 2018.

  1. For breaking in or out?
     
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  2. Kevj

    Kevj Winger

    Ability Supplies.
     
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  3. JAZZMANB

    JAZZMANB Striker

    Have you Rung anyone about this?
     
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  4. This is how you do it.

     
  5. The first step as always is to ask on here!

    Thanks but Fred’s garage looks like a chimney to me.
     
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  6. He was very clever at converting things and knew how to knock a doorway out of the bottom of the chimney, a doorway big enough for a fit a car to fit through, without affecting the stability of the chimney.
     
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  7. That will come in very handy when I screw in the ladder brackets. I could make a side garage door while I have my purple tool kit out.
     
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  8. yorkyexile

    yorkyexile Striker

    Purple ended rawl drill would have been a better punchline
     
  9. :lol:
    :lol:
     
  10. Sorry I do not understand this dirty English humour of you crazy British guys.
     
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  11. Rainhill

    Rainhill Full Back

  12. Thanks but I live miles from Sunderland and there’s no chance that I am taking my ladder there to check that the brackets fit.
     
  13. The Butcher

    The Butcher Winger

    Get those type hook brackets for a few quid each at local hardware shop. £19 seems steep.
     
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  14. Love Fred me like.
    Fuckin' balls of steel that lad:cool:
     
  15. yamar1

    yamar1 Winger

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  16. Gideon Gungeon

    Gideon Gungeon Striker

    cant see any reason to look beyond jewson mate.
     
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  17. Could you make me some please? I’ll send some mucky photos and a 6 pack of carling.
     
  18. Rainhill

    Rainhill Full Back

    Not good enough for you I suppose. Think your ladders are better than North East ladders since you moved to your hoity toity place.

    Many of us up here still don't even live in houses big enough to need a ladder. I remember my grandad when he got his first ladder. It was precious to him, something to be proud of. A sign he'd made it.
     
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  19. We too have ladders that are a family heirloom.

    My dad is from County Durham and he recently got stuck up some of his wooden ladders when a rung broke. Luckily my son was walking home from school and he rescued him.
     
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