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Need instruction for a 17 ft. cosco ladder

Just bought a 17 ft ladder and the instructions are all oren into pieces. would like to have another set of indtructions if at all possible. thank you.

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Try going on-line to the manufacturers web site if there is one. More to the point is what is it you want to do that you can't with the ladder?

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Couldn't be any easier all changes to the ladder can be made by pulling the pins just below the hinge Straighten the ladder out flat for an extension ladder To use as a scaffold you will need two ladders

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Building your own ladder golf set


Building your own set for ladder golf is relatively easy and shouldn't take you too long. So you can be up and running in just a few hours.

You are going to need is 1" PVC pipe cut into 6 12-inch pieces and 9 24-inch pieces. You are also going to need 6 elbow fitting, 6 t-fittings. For the balls you are going to need 24 solid golf balls (2 sets of 12 in 2 different colors) and about 28 feet of nylon rope.

To building the ladder to form the base take 4 of the elbow fittings and two t-fitting and the 6 24-inch pipes. Connect the pipes to the elbows and the T's so that they flat side of the T is facing down. There should be an empty socket facing up. When you are finished you should have a rectangle that is 4ft by 2ft with 2 upward facing sockets to hold the ladder.

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Once you have finished making the balls you are ready to play! Some play with each player on their own ladder, if you want to play that way you can follow these instructions again to build a second ladder or you can just use one.

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Sam, 2003 Ford E-150 v-6 front axle nut torque, It is not just a matter of torquing the nut as seen in a lot of videos, where they do install by feel. There is an actual procedure to ensure bearing seats correctly so it will last when properly lubed and installed. Below is the 5 step procedure from SKF pdf.
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What is ladder golf?


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I bought used mpc4500. Counter counts 2 clicks for 11 x 17 copy. Ricoh service tells me there is no way to reverse that setting back to just one click per 11 x 17. Is this true?


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