Don't know. Mine is bolted to an aluminum floating dock made by Gator.
I'm 200lbs and works great.
I measured it out at 42". Purchased this about 2 years ago (in case they had a model change).
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Our bulkhead is approx 8 inches deep and the step frame fits just fine. Steps rest several inches from the deck frame leaving plenty of room for ones feet. Fully extended, the steps are on the water approx to a depth of 6 feet.
Howdy Heather, There seems to be 8 bolts needed to secure this dock ladder. As for size? This would depend on the foundation you are securing them on such as; wood, cement, composite, or ? Most likely 4 inch stainless steel would work well. happy securing, Coach Dave
Yes! It folds flat.
Hi BJ, the weight capacity is 650 pounds, the width is 24" and the depth of the steps is 4". Hope that helps you.
Yes, these have been used for pools.