I HAVE NO IDEA
NO, the inside dimension is 1" x 3" a 2x4 has actual dimension of 1.5" x 3.5".
Model # AC19-2 helps prevent damage to support surfaces. Although, I would not use anything that would apply any pressure points to the stucco, as it would cause it to crack. Therefore, do not use the AC-19-2.
The Rails of my 24FT ladder is 1" x 3" . I would say no!
I use on a harbor freight “little giant type” ladder. They are a tight fit. Put on with rubber mallet. They work great
You would have to remove the Feet from the ladder and there is nothing to keep the ladder rail from cutting thru the cover! Get sheets of Formica to cover the wood floors.
My ladder legs are 1" x 2.5" and these covers fit...are a bit loose, yet work for my needs.
The Covers fit a 24FT ladder with 1" x 3" Rails.
You would have to remove the feet off the bottom of the ladder. And there is nothing to keep the ladder rail from cutting thru the cover!
Yes it is to cushion any wall surface they touch. I'm using mine on drywall. I don't own aluminum siding, but in my opinion, there is a lot of pressure being applied on the two top ends of a ladder against a surface, so they could still dent siding. But mainly they provide a cushion so you don't scratch or scrape surfaces. The pressure of a person on a ladder would still dent a surface such as aluminum siding.