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    Ladder for 355th loft

    Hey does anyone have a ladder that actually fits secure for there loft bed?

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    we have the same issue. the ladder seems to be way to tall and the hooks on it will not attach themselves securely to the loft or the bunks in the garage. I have a plan to cut the ladder down some and reuse the rubber feet, maybe. I ddi get a little gianat ladder system to use in the 355TH instead

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    YEAH, the ladder is an issue, seems like it was the last thing on the check list and they just threw something in the unit. Does not fit anywhere, does not store anywhere. If someone comes up with a real solution, I am all ears.
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    You talking about the loft bed in the main house or the Happi-Jack bed in the garage? I have a ladder that fits the loft bed with no issues, but that same ladder (I only got one) is way to tall for the happi-jack bed.
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    On our 385th the loft bed ladder in main cabin fits good and secure to climb up on, the one in garage for happi-Jack bunk beds is a little long, but think it is that way for safety concerns , being at a angle and not straight up and down.My 12 year old girl likes it better at the angle and not straight up and down, But as mentioned above you could shorten the legs to your preference as needed and reuse the rubber feet. I store ladder between beds when traveling, up and out of way.

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