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Louisville® Ladders FS1500 Series Fiberglass Step Ladders, 4 ft

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Item #: 901-698997ORS
  Model #: 443-FS1504
Brand: Louisville Ladder
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Louisville® Ladders FS1500 Series Fiberglass Step Ladders, 4 ft
$135.99 Each
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Description
Louisville™ Step Ladder has a curved top front to provide leg comfort and convenient magnet to secure small steel parts. Louisville™ FS1500 Series 4' Extra-heavy duty step ladder has molded top with slots that helps to keep tools at hand. Step ladder has a secured step with six large headed semi-tubular steel rivets for an optimum strength.
  • Capacity: 300 lb
  • Overall length: 4'
  • Number of steps: 4
  • Step size: 3"
  • Step shape: Flat
  • Equipped with Da Boot for slip resistant footing
  • SHOX™ - superior impact absorption
  • ProTop™ - versatile and durable
  • A structural molded top with hardware tray, paint can holder, handyman´s tool slots, pipe holder
  • Curved top front provides leg comfort and convenient magnet to secure small steel parts
  • Double-rivet step construction
  • Inside spreader braces, wide back braces
  • Standard: CSA Certified, OSHA Certified, ANSI A14.5
Specifications
Height (ft.) : 4 Number of Steps : 4 Step Stool & Ladder Capacity : Up To 300 Lbs. Step Stool & Ladder Type : Step Ladders
Color Family : Orange Depth in Inches : 3 Material : Steel Pack Qty : 1
Series or Collection : IA Class True Color : Orange and Metallic Width in Inches : 19.75 Weight (lbs.) : 15
Brand : Louisville Ladder Customizable : No
Weight : 166.40 lbs. per Each

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