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    • loulou41
    • By loulou41 19th Sep 09, 4:55 PM
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    Abru replacement step ladder feet
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    • 19th Sep 09, 4:55 PM
    Abru replacement step ladder feet 19th Sep 09 at 4:55 PM
    I have lost a rear rubber feet from my abru domestic step ladder. I have been checking the abru website and noticed I can buy a pair at £5. Has anybody ever replaced the rubber feet on their step ladder, £5 is not much and am wonder whether they are universal for the step ladders!! Replacing it will be cheaper than buying a new one.Thanks
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    • 27col
    • By 27col 20th Sep 09, 2:59 PM
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    Why does it matter whether the feet are universal for the step ladders. If you tell Abru which model you have, they will send the correct ones for your steps.
    Having said that it might well be that most of the ladders will have the same rubber feet. It is usually only the number of steps that change between the various step ladders made by Abru
    I can afford anything that I want.
    Just so long as I don't want much.
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