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4 Step Flip Up Polyethylene Dock Ladder Distributed by Tommy Docks

  • Corrosion-proof polyethylene construction for durability
  • Wide, non-slip steps provide enhanced safety and stability
  • Heavy-duty handles ensure a secure and firm grip
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Product Overview

Corrosion proof, Marine Grade, Polyethylene dock ladders have a beautifully smooth surface and an attractive look. Wide non-slip steps for ease and comfort getting in and out of the water. 2 Handles and 1 ladder section assemble easily and in minutes with hardware included. Does not include the hardware to bolt to your dock.
  • Molded in beautiful sandstone color
  • Heavy-duty handles attach to ladder section with stainless steel hardware included
  • Mounts to any style of dock
  • Ladder portion fills with water when submerged, and drains when flipped up and out of the water
  • DL-4 ladder – Deck Mount with a backer board if able to do so.
  • Hardware required - 1/2" x 4" galvanized carriage bolts, flat washers, lock washers, and nuts under the dock. 4 holes per handle.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
64 in
Product Length (in.)
64 in
Product Width (in.)
24 in

Details

Marine Supplies Product Type
Other Marine Hardware
Material
Polyethylene
Number of Steps
4
Product Weight (lb.)
25 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year

Questions & Answers

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Is this TechStar ladder compatible with PlayStar Docks?

Asked by BC May 30, 2020
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Don't know. Mine is bolted to an aluminum floating dock made by Gator.

How much weight can each rung support? Capacity? Im not a little man... : )

Asked by Steve July 22, 2019
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I'm 200lbs and works great.

What is the distance vertically from the deck it's mounted on to the bottom of the ladder?

Asked by Acbar June 19, 2019
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I measured it out at 42". Purchased this about 2 years ago (in case they had a model change).

Due you price matchhope

Asked by Hope July 16, 2018
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What is the max depth of steps? I only have about 5 inches of clearance between bulkhead and floa...

Asked by msol January 23, 2018
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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.

what size and how many mounting screws do I need to buy to attach this to my dock?

Asked by Heather June 20, 2017
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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

What is the spacing between steps?

Asked by Fid April 18, 2017
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11"

Does the ladder fold all the way over to lie flat on the dock?

Asked by TerrBear September 27, 2016
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Yes! It folds flat.

What is the weight capacity of this ladder and how wide and deep are the steps

Asked by Bj May 31, 2016
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Hi BJ, the weight capacity is 650 pounds, the width is 24" and the depth of the steps is 4". Hope that helps you.

Would this work in an above ground pool (4 foot deep) with deck flush with top of pool

Asked by bigg2 March 30, 2016
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Yes, these have been used for pools.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 16 reviews
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Absolutely fantastic!!! Took a while to finally get one, they...
Absolutely fantastic!!! Took a while to finally get one, they were out of stock everywhere. The quality is excellent, and it should serve our needs for years to come.
by Gamer23
Perfect dock ladder for our lake get away. Definitely recommend!!!...
Perfect dock ladder for our lake get away. Definitely recommend!!!
by Jenq
The ladder as a whole is excellent! It looks great,...
The ladder as a whole is excellent! It looks great, easy to use for kids and adults, good grips for hands as you climb. Bit of a bummer doesn’t come with bolts. And yes it’s hard to pull up because it’s filled with water but totally manageable.
by TJP
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Works great on a floating raft....
Works great on a floating raft.
by 12
Steps do not stay vertical when climbing up making it...
Steps do not stay vertical when climbing up making it more difficult. Will have to add additional support board on the side of the dock near top of ladder to try and remedy this problem. From photos, it looks like the 5 step ladder is subtly better designed. Wish I had noticed this difference before I purchased.
by DB
Opened at the lake to reveal no hardware (necessary) and...
Opened at the lake to reveal no hardware (necessary) and no instructions. Would not work correctly without bolts connecting the ladder to the base. Tried to use but the ladder would not hold my wife' body weight (110 lbs) without coming apart. Too far from a hardware store. Will try again next week.
by Charles
4 Star Review
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by Stephen
Rating a bit early as not installed yet. But I...
Rating a bit early as not installed yet. But I have an older three step model that has done wonderfully on our commercial dock. I put two blocks to prevent the steps from folding flat onto the dock, they stop at the handrails. The dock is kept clear and a rope allows deployment from the water.
by Bill
Easy to install and does not get as heat up...
Easy to install and does not get as heat up like metal ladders do in hot weather. Great ladder!
by David
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