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    Best Ladder Stand-Off / Stabilizer?

    Hey guys - I'm about to buy a ladder stabilizer or Stand-Off for roof cleaning. I just wondered if you all had any thoughts on which style or brand (or anything else) I should look into buying?

    Thanks!

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    I have a dozen of these. Pop on and off plus you can double and triple stack ladders on the ladder racks without having to fight around the bullhorns.

    https://www.zoro.com/werner-quickcli...w&gclsrc=aw.ds

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    Home depot carries them

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    Quote Originally Posted by offdutyfireman View Post
    Home depot carries them
    Nice, thanks, @offdutyfireman!

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    I've used the Werner P97 for 17 years and it's the best by a long shot. Also avoid the werner leg levelers, a number of companies make ones with a round foot, leg-lvler, green bull and some others all work the same.

    The quick clip werner is handy but I just went with the 97 on all my ladders once I could afford it. they work way better getting on roofs around windows and other positions.
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    I use the Werner quickclip as well.The ones you have to put together with the c clamps and take them apart every time to stack them are to time consuming. I can adjust what rung I want to use with the quickclip based on the roof pitch,windows, balconies, etc in secs not minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodger View Post
    I've used the Werner P97 for 17 years and it's the best by a long shot. Also avoid the werner leg levelers, a number of companies make ones with a round foot, leg-lvler, green bull and some others all work the same.

    The quick clip werner is handy but I just went with the 97 on all my ladders once I could afford it. they work way better getting on roofs around windows and other positions.
    Awesome, thanks so much for the response, Rodger. I think I'll check this out, sounds like exactly what I'm looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun cleanin View Post
    I use the Werner quickclip as well.The ones you have to put together with the c clamps and take them apart every time to stack them are to time consuming. I can adjust what rung I want to use with the quickclip based on the roof pitch,windows, balconies, etc in secs not minutes.
    Thanks for the response, cajun cleanin. Appreciate it!

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    The trick is to stack them upside down and in order so the bar doesn't interfere with things. I haven't taken any of my mounting bars off to transport them since I put them on. But depening on your set up it could interfere.
    So Mike we all agree Werner makes the best stand offs it's just a matter of use and preference. I will point out that the 97's look more "professional" or "dramatic" to customers if you're going for image. I get comments on them all the time but that's usually when I'm using them inside with fleece pads.
    I'd go with removable for anything under 20'.
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    Mine clamps to the back of my tank when not in use.



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