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REPLACEMENT PARTS

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 AB0100  -  Angle Brace
 PA0130  -  BNWB Assembly
 PL0100  -  Pole Tubing
 SS0130  -  Standard Step *
 TB0130  -  Top Bracket *
 TT0130  -  Top Tab
 PB0100  -  Pole Bolt & Nut Assy.
 SR0130  -  Side Rail *


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 RS0130  -  Rib Step *
 BB0100  -  Bottom Brace
 RB0130  -  Rail Bottom *
 MG0130  -  Mud Guard *
 PD0100  -  Pole Plug Kit


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 IS0130    -  Inside Splice *
 IS0230    -  Inside Splice *
 OS0130  -  Outside Splice *
 RF0130  -  Repair Foot
 RR0100  -  Standard Rivets
 SP0130  -  Shoulder Pad
 SS0330  -  Red Safety Step *
 LB0130  -  Label Kit (Super Duty)
 LB0230  -  Label Kit (Classic)
 LB0330  -  Label Kit (SE Contractor)
 PH0100  -  Pole Holder Cradle
 RT0130  -  Rail Top *







* Older Strathmore brand ladders that used 2.5” side rail and step may require a different part # than the one shown. Please
   contact us for help getting the correct part# on these items.

* All material sold by the ft. comes standard in 10’ lengths unless otherwise indicated. It can be pre-cut to your specifications
   for easy shipment and use for a small additional charge.

Other parts available for STRATHMORE BRAND LADDERS. If you do not see what you are looking for please CONTACT US.

Replacement parts are for use on Strathmore brand ladders only. Replacement of safety and use labels should be a part of any maintenance program. Not all ladders are good candidates for repair and may have already fulfilled their useful life. Ladders that are showing signs of excessive wear or have been repaired previously should be considered for replacement. Repairs should be done by qualified professionals using the proper tools, parts, and fasteners.