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Are your multitask ladders CSA certified or do they simply conform (no certification)
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what is the folded up ready for storage dimensions of this ladder?
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How high is the tallest step off the ground?
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How wide are the bases of the ladder? I would like to use it for trimming hedges and trees, so a wide base is better for stability.
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How many pounds does this ladder weigh?
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Are your multitask ladders CSA certified or do they simply conform (no certification)
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what is the folded up ready for storage dimensions of this ladder?
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How high is the tallest step off the ground?
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How wide are the bases of the ladder? I would like to use it for trimming hedges and trees, so a wide base is better for stability.
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How many pounds does this ladder weigh?

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No 17-ft Multi-Task Ladder

17' (43 m) multi-ladder is designed to accommodate the most demanding applications, with 19 possible configurations in 1' (0.3 m) increment height adjustmentCapable of changing into a step ladder, extension ladder, stairway ladder, wall ladder, and scaffold framesStep ladder uses multiple working he
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what is the width of the base?

I need to get into the attic, but the opening to the attic is small. From the pictures I see the base is wider than the middle. What to know if I use it as an extension ladder to climb thru the attic opening.
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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MGeorge
 - Milton, ON
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it is approximately 19 inches wide.
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is this ladder supposed to lock in it's vertical ladder useage? the centre hinge will not click into a locked position.

asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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chimp
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Yes, the ladder is supposed to lock in its vertical extension ladder position. I recommend trying to straighten the ladder with a little speed/gusto to ensure the hinge ‘clicks’ into the locked position. If you are unable to get the ladder to lock in the vertical position, do not use the ladder. Return it to your local Canadian Tire for an exchange.
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How does the multi-use ladder have a spare set of hinges for the scaffold position??

The "scaffold" pictures shown with Product #61-1055-8 show four identical hinge mechanisms whereas the initial picture shows two. Does the ladder come with a spare set of hinges?
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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retiredguy427
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The image is not entirely correct. It shows 2 multi-ladders being used with a plank which is why you can see 2 sets of hinges. It is not an image of 1 ladder split into 2 ‘A’ frame. The image is being removed.
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I have a 12' ceiling, will this ladder work to reach the ceiling? (I'm 5.5' height)

asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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height
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As a step ladder, it is 7'2" high.
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How much does this ladder weigh?

asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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Bethann
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Approximately 33 pounds
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Is this ladder made by Vulcan? If not, who is the manufacturer? Thanks.

asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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MoneyMan
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This is a Mastercraft ladder,
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answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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What's the folded up height of the this ladder. Need to get it in my car if I want it.

asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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DADDz
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The ladder height is 4’7” folded in half.
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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do you sell 20 foots ladders that open like A?

asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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filomena
 - Bolton, Caledon, ON, Canada
on 17-ft Multi-Task Ladder
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We don’t sell 20’ high step ladders, 10’ is the highest. We do carry a 21’ multi- ladder (61-1056) but the max height of the ladder in the step ladder position will only be approximately 9’.
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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What is the product code for the scaffold base (the piece that joins the two A frames that you stand on)?

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
JRauger
 - Montreal, QC, Canada
on 17-ft Multi-Task Ladder
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Canadian Tire product number of the Vulcan Adjustable Aluminum Plank is 61-1031.
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answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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How do you make 2 A-Frames?

I cannot make 2 A frame ladders from the product I purchased with this item number. Should I have received V brackets with my pruchase?
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
by
Naimad80
 - Moncton, NB, Canada
on 17-ft Multi-Task Ladder
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answer 1
The ladder is telescopic.

1) Lay the ladder flat on the ground in the extension ladder position by pressing the round yellow buttons on each side. It will “click” when it is locked into position.

2) Disengage or unhook the yellow hooks on both sides and pull apart the ladder to the longest extension position and then keep pulling it apart until it separates. Do this to both ends. You will have 3 pieces.

3) The longest piece can be folded back into the first “A” frame by pressing the yellow buttons and folding it into an “A” position/step ladder position.

4) Position the 2 shorter pieces in an “A” frame position with the yellow hooks at the top. Stand at the side of the “A” frame facing the rails, not the steps. Make sure the steps of both pieces are on the left side of the rails.

5) Use the hooks from the ladder on the right and hook/insert them into the holes of the ladder on the left.

6) Once the hooks are fully engaged, make sure you spread the legs out as wide as you can to provide maximum stability before you use it .

7) You now have 2 “A” frames and you can add a plank to make a work surface.

8) Refer to the instructions on the side of the ladder for further assistance.
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answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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