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2/12/19 @ 5:44 AM
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buckmaster69
buckmaster69
USER since 1/24/11

Looking for advice guys. Getting up in age and looking to put some kind of steps to get in and out of boat. I looked at ezsteps. Hoping to find some one in Wisconsin that mounts them . Any ideas I would appreciate.

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2/18/19 @ 5:23 PM
buckmaster69
buckmaster69
USER since 1/24/11

Thanks for your help guys.

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2/13/19 @ 7:53 PM
One shot one kill
One shot one kill
MEMBER since 8/12/02

That's why I bought a pontoon  .

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2/13/19 @ 11:08 AM
lakeshiner
lakeshiner
USER since 7/20/09

This is a different idea and maybe won't apply, but my boat came with a swim ladder on the back.  I just use that to go up and down, sort of duel use out of it.

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2/13/19 @ 11:07 AM
Sswpriz
Sswpriz
USER since 5/8/02

At Home I have a little 2 step folding kitchen ladder that works great for getting in and out of the boat, I don't think I paid more that $20 for that ladder. If I am out fishing and someone needs to get in the boat, I usually have my son, who is a lot younger or some of the kids that can climb like monkeys to get in the boat. It may come to a point in time where I have to drag that little ladder around in the truck when I go fishing in the future !!

Ain't it fun getting old ???

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2/13/19 @ 9:08 AM
vegas492
vegas492
USER since 5/21/03

There are a lot of models out there.  When I've been in the MW Marine showroom they have some attached to their trailers.  They seem interesting to me.  I've got a Ranger and so far I'm okay with getting in and out, but as I get older, I'll certainly be looking at these.

Easy Steps

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2/13/19 @ 8:53 AM
buckmaster69
buckmaster69
USER since 1/24/11

Thanks guys for your input. 

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2/13/19 @ 8:21 AM
NAV165
NAV165
USER since 5/23/05

I have Ezee steps on my trailer and they are great.  Much easier than trying to climb over the trolling motor and balance on the trailer tongue.  

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2/13/19 @ 7:39 AM
lunker75
lunker75
USER since 12/13/13

hennepin marine has a local guy that makes them I got them on my new boat He makes anything you want I love them! I'm  6' 240lbs and they are  very sturdy . 

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2/12/19 @ 9:19 AM
Herb2
Herb2
USER since 12/28/18

Go to lumber yard and get plank and u bolt it to top  side of trailer frame, works great! Do not drill into frame will weaken it. For flat landings step onto plank and walk boat off without wet shoes.

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2/12/19 @ 7:05 AM
Regjoe
Regjoe
USER since 2/7/06

I was going to buy the steps to mount of the front of the trailer and I located a welder who made them for me for a lot ($75) cheaper.  He used scrap metal he had and they are just as good.  Look around for a welder and I am sure they would do it.  Boat is in storage or I would post a photo. 

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