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  1. Ole Miss Rebels
    06-16-2010 01:54 PM
    Ole Miss Rebels
    dad 23 i have a four rung ladder on my o8 xstar. it is plenty but if you think you want a five rung go for it. it shouldn't be too much more. i would not get a three rung ladder however. i love my ladder and don't use it often but when i want to use it i am glad i have it. that ladder storage locker also serves as an anchor storage locker too. get the ladder unless money prohibits. someone saw one in a catalog that was cheaper than the one ffrom the dealership and it looked identical but i can't swear to that. the ladder is on a slide that allows it to slide forward before it drops down past the rub-rail inbetween the two prongs of the forked bow. make sure if you get a ladder not from MC that it is on the slide track. it slides forward to drop down the slides back under the hinged cover once folded up. if it is not on the slide i don't think it will work. you can email me at [email protected] if necessary.
  2. Dad 2 3
    06-08-2010 05:11 PM
    Dad 2 3
    My '09 X-Star was ordered without the bow ladder (not by me). I'd like to pick one up, but my dealer is telling me that there are a few different ladders (3 step, 4 step, and 5 step) for my boat. Any of you with late model Stars, can you chime in with how many steps your bow ladder has and if you feel it is appropriate.
  3. Ole Miss Rebels
    06-08-2010 03:34 PM
    Ole Miss Rebels
    i don't see your posting about bow ladders. i have one on my 08 xstar and had one on my 05 xstar too. what is it i can help you with?

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