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You’ve grown up and replaced the sandbox with a backyard full of dirt and rocks and other heavy things to move around.  Your old yellow Tonka truck isn’t up for the task, and you really don’t have room for a full-blown dump truck — so Gorilla Ladder’s dump cart might just be the tool you need.

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Don writes: “Of all the configurable ladders out there, this ladder is the perfect fit for my tiny Baltimore rowhome.  I have the 13′ fiberglass version, which allows me access to the high area below my stairs for electrical work — a very good reason to have the fiberglass version.  I’ve also used it as an extension ladder to do things to the outside of my house.  It works as a great stepladder, which I’ve used for demo, framing, drywall, etc.  The best feature I’ve found in the stepladder is that I can straddle the top and put a foot on each top “safe” rung.  Each set of legs extends through three different positions, which gives you the capability to use it as a stair ladder, too.  It also comes with a brace that locks it into place to use as a scaffold base — assuming that you have two of them.  When I’m done with it, the legs lock together and it collapses to take up very little space.  This is a must if you live in a tiny house like I do.”

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