This two-section extension ladder is equipped with high strength steel butt spurs and rounded aluminum top caps for increased durability. An oversized 2-1/4” pulley enables easy operation of the ladder. Available in 12', 16', 20’, 24', 28', 30', and 35' lengths, ALCO-LITE's Two-Section Aluminum Extension Ladder is engineered and manufactured to exacting standards for use on general firefighting apparatuses.
All dimensions listed are NFPA Design Verification Standards.
Please Note: Fire Department / First Responder sales ONLY. In addition to the normal shipping rates based on the retail price of the ladder, a special handling fee will also be added to your order. Due to the dimensional size of ladders, they must ship to you via a common LTL freight carrier/truck and this is the reason for additional handling fees. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR DELIVERY CONTACT NAME AND PHONE NUMBER IN COMMENT SECTION DURING CHECKOUT. When your ladder arrives, please remove packaging and inspect very carefully to ensure you are receiving the correct item and that it is not damaged before you sign for the release. If you notice damage, do not accept the ladder and refuse delivery. Once you sign for the ladder you are verifying that you have received the correct item in good condition. All sales are final. Returns will not be accepted. Alco-Lite ladders are intended for fire use only.
Special discounts may apply for high volume sales.
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Dane, it should be ready to be hung on the side of the truck when you get it, now a heads up on when it would be delivered to you; follow this very carefully, DO NOT SIGN FOR THE LADDER , TILL YOU HAVE CHECKED IT FOR HIDDEN DAMAGE! By this we mean you take any wrapping, cardboard, however it is wrapped OFF, run your hands down the sides of the outside rails, each and everyone of the RUNGS, you see or find any dings, scrape, anything that looks like it has been damaged refuse the delivery, if you sign and find some sort of damage goods after you have signed, you own it. There is nothing that you can do, the mfg. will refuse to take it back they don't care if your a VFD, or uncle Sam, it's yours. Shipping companies have been known to run over them, hit them with the fork lifts etc.