36 ft extension - how much?


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Old 06-14-10, 04:32 PM
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36 ft extension - how much?

I have a 36' alum extension ladder I want to sell before moving. Anybody have any idea what would be a fair price?
Person would have to pick it up.
 
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What weight class rating is it????
 
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Weight class?

I don't have a clue what weight class it is. I can say that it is pretty hefty and looks like it could hold almost any human on earth.
 
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There should be a sticker on the side of the ladder indicating class I, II or III. Do you know what brand it is?
 
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Better yet, where in NJ do you live?
 
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Class? Where?

It is a very old ladder with no tags. Could there be any indication of the Class etched into the alum? It is somewhat burried under some junk so I can't easliy examine it without pulling it out. I live in North Jersey in Passaic County.
 
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The market for 36' ladders is pretty limited. In addition, it is old with unknown status, I would put on craigslist for $100 and see how much interest it generates. You can always raise the price if you get alot of interest.

I bought a 32' Werner Class I (250lb) at Lowes this spring for $230 during a 20% off sale. It is pretty heavy and unwieldy, anything more than painting a second story gable and I would rent a cherry picker, pump jack, etc.
 
 

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