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Gorilla Ladders 3-Step Steel Step Stool Pro-Grade Project Ladder with 250 lb. Load Capacity Rating
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Gorilla Ladders

3-Step Steel Step Stool Pro-Grade Project Ladder with 250 lb. Load Capacity Rating

  • Huge top platform step for safe and secure standing
  • Oversized project tray holds paint, tools, hardware, etc.
  • ANSI Type 1 Duty Rating - 250 lbs. capacity
$48.99 /each

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This Gorilla Ladders 3-Step Pro-Grade Ladder with project tray is strong, dependable and versatile enough for pro-contractor, while remaining easy to use and transport for the casual do-it-yourselfer and homeowner. The huge top platform step offers a secure standing area which keeps your feet comfortable when standing for long periods of time and the oversized, solid folding tray is perfect for holding paint, tools, hardware and accessories. Large slip-resistant feet add stability and the self-locking top step makes this ladder safe and easy to use. With a sleek black finish and ANSI Type 1 (250 lbs.) duty rating; this ladder is durable and the ideal choice for any project.

  • Large top platform step
  • Oversized, convenient project tray
  • Large, slip-resistant feet
  • Self-locking safety latch
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Wide, slip-resistant steps
  • 250 lb. Type I ANSI rating
  • Lifetime limited warranty
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Can u lower the tool tray

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Seabeck, WA, USA
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Yes, it can also remain lowered while in use.
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March 20, 2016
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Justina: I answered this in my response to "Perplexed." There are two knobs/protrusions on the side of the tray. Push the outwards to the side to unlock the tray and it will slide down easily. The knobs (on my model anyway) are part of the support bracket. You might have to unlock both simultaneously. If you unlock one, then the other, the first may relock on you! DON'T FORGET to empty the tray before Read More
Justina: I answered this in my response to "Perplexed." There are two knobs/protrusions on the side of the tray. Push the outwards to the side to unlock the tray and it will slide down easily. The knobs (on my model anyway) are part of the support bracket. You might have to unlock both simultaneously. If you unlock one, then the other, the first may relock on you! DON'T FORGET to empty the tray before lowering. I did and all the mess (dirt, dust, screws, etc.) fell to the floor. It might be easier to lower the tray while standing on the floor. Good luck..... Read Less
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Westminster, MD
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January 6, 2016
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Yes, if you don't need the tray you can just leave it in the lowered position.
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Elkridge, MD, USA
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December 8, 2015
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Yes. It folds up flat with the rest of the ladder for storage. See my pictures.
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North West, Loudoun Virginia
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November 30, 2015
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The tool tray is foldable. There is a bracket on each side of the tray. Pull the bracket outwards and push the tray down to fold.
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Flushing, Michigan
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November 19, 2015
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Yes, you can lower the tray. There is a lock on both sides of the tray. Unlock the tray, and you can fold it down and out of the way.
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Kansas City, Mo
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November 17, 2015
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Yes, it folds down out of the way.
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Indianapolis, IN
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November 11, 2015
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The tool tray has released on each side and we typically keep ours in the down position.
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Phoenix AZ
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November 3, 2015
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not that I am aware of. You might be able to if you re-drill etc.
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Southbride MA
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October 28, 2015
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Yes you can. It locks into place when open. When closing release the lock and fold.
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What is the width

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Elkridge, MD, USA
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December 8, 2015
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The outside width of the feet is 19." The inside width - i.e.: available space to stand on the steps - is just under 16."
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North West, Loudoun Virginia
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November 30, 2015
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When fully folded, it’s 3” deep, 17.75” wide and 61” tall.
Top platform is 29” high from the floor, 13” deep and 14.5” wide.
Bottom 2 steps are 13" wide and 7" deep.
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Indianapolis, IN
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November 11, 2015
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The width to the outside of the main tubes is 18", but the widest past the edges of the feet is just under 20".
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Phoenix AZ
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November 3, 2015
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about 18"
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Southbridge MA
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October 24, 2015
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The total width of these step ladders are approx 18 inches measuring from leg to leg. Hope this assists you. They are the best step ladders you can get for the price.
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October 19, 2015
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Width of ladder is 18 inch overall. Width of a step is around 14.5 inches. Depth would be around 3 inches when folded.
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Kansas City, Mo
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October 16, 2015
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The width of the steps are roughly 14 inches or so. Ladder leg width is about 16 inches or so.
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Spring Branch, TX 78070, USA
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October 6, 2015
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The lower two steps are 14.5 inches wide X 6.75 inches deep and the top step is 14.5 inches wide X 13 inches deep
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September 27, 2015
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The frame is 18" wide and the steps are 14.5" wide.
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Rochester, NY, USA
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Width of step (side to side) 15". Width of ladder side to side 18". Ladder extended about 32 1/4" at bottom as you look at it sideways. Add about 6" sticking out from this if tool tray extended.
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How do you unlock the tool tray so that it can fold back?

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Southbridge MA
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There is a locking lever each side of the tray. Simply push each lever outward and slide it down and it locks in place. To slide back just repeat the process in reverse. It is one of the best step ladders if not the very best you can own. Hope this assists you.
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Perplexed: I had the same difficulty at first, but mastered it quickly. There are two knobs/protrusions on the top side of the tray (on my model anyway they are part of the support bracket) that must be pushed outwards sideways. Unfortunately, I've found that if you unlock one side then the other, the first will relock!! You might have to unlock both simultaneously. Also, it might be easier to unlock the Read More
Perplexed: I had the same difficulty at first, but mastered it quickly. There are two knobs/protrusions on the top side of the tray (on my model anyway they are part of the support bracket) that must be pushed outwards sideways. Unfortunately, I've found that if you unlock one side then the other, the first will relock!! You might have to unlock both simultaneously. Also, it might be easier to unlock the tray while standing on the floor. DON'T FOGET TO **COMPLETELY EMPTY THE TRAY (including the dust and dirt)!! I forgot and all the mess fell to the floor!! With a little effort, it comes easily. Good luck. Read Less
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pull metal tabs outward.
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There is two tabs that you pull out on either side of the tray and then push the tray back down flat.
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The tool tray has two brackets - one on each side - that hold it up and lock in place. To close the tool tray, you have to use both hands, pull the brackets out to unlock them and then fold the tray down.
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Pull the side brackets outwards and then push the tray down. That's how you unlock and fold it.
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3rd step height

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The definitions do not include the height of the top (3rd) step. Can you provide?

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Westminster, MD
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The top step is 28 3/4 inches off the floor.
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The third step - the platform step - is at 29" or 30" above the floor.
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3rd step is 29" high from the floor
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2' 4" according to the sticker on it.
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Roughly, 3 to 3 1/2 feet.
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3-Step Steel Step Stool Pro-Grade Project Ladder with 250 lb. Load Capacity Rating is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 86.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pro Grade . . . . . . Uh . . . . . . No. I bought this to replace a step stool I bought years ago in a discount big box store. I gave that one to my daughter. I intended to step up (no pun intended) to a higher quality step stool. With a 250 LB weight rating, I thought this was the one. The first time I used it I found that it's not as stable as the one I gave away. It works, but I hoped for better quality and stability. This is an average step stool in my opinion and certainly not pro grade.
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Up and down Bought this for a 89 year old lady, who still likes to do things for herself. She's in Love with it and won;'t let any one else use it.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 3 step step stool I had gotten one similar to this several years ago however this one is much lighter in weight. What I like about it is it has a shelf so you can put things on it you may need while working...that's a real bonus. I have been looking for another one for a year or so to have at the country home but couldn't find one until now....thank you. I'll let you know how it holds up! I like the bigger steps, especially since age is creeping into my life.
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice, safe step ladder. This replaces an older stepladder that did not lock into place. This one locks when set up and the steps won't tip walking up and down. Nice and safe. The feet are solid and non skid. The only change I would make is to have the large holes in the tray be round instead of hexagon. My Dewalt drills and drivers fit better in a round hole.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A step above Sturdy construction and well designed. The painters tray has numerous holes and spaces for various items, but doesn't extend out quite far enough for my liking. (It can hold a 1gal paint can, but a 2.5gal bucket would be pretty precarious on it). It is average weight and folds up well. It locks and unlocks easily.
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very stable and easy to use. I purchased this so I could use in my garage to reach things were high and use my new fishing rod holder that is on the ceiling. It works great and does what I need. Maybe a little on the expensive side, but with my knee replacement I need something is stable and easy to use.
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well... Just the right height to allow walls and ceiling painting. The tray could be designed a little better to accept paint trays. The large steps really help when you need a stable platform.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Step Stool Love this step stool. I'm short and elderly so when on top step there is something to lean against and won't feel like I will loose my balance. Have talked 2 others into getting one.
Date published: 2016-08-04
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