Teak treads on the swim ladder

Published date: December 1, 2019
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

The standard swim ladder is not very comfortable to use. So I added teak treads when I realized that such a thing were readily available, perfectly shaped below to fit onto the stainless steel tubes. Cost: $7 plus 4 SS screws and som 3M 5200 (or similar).

Published by: MS Classifieds

Model Year: 1999


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