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Aluminess Rear Door Ladder for Ford Transit Vans — 2015 to Current Year
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Improve roof access for your Ford Transit Van with the NEW Aluminess driver side rear door ladder. This ladder is completely bolt on and requires no drilling through your back door.
This ladder is available either as a stand-alone or with optional integrated tire rack or box rack! The integrated tire/box rack includes clamp-on posts to support the tire, a tire plate and auxiliary steps to make it easy and comfortable to climb past your tire/box and get to your roof.
Want to add a storage box?
Follow this link to view the Aluminess aluminum passenger side box, a perfect accompaniment to these ladders.
Advantage of Aluminum
Aluminum's combination of strength and light weight makes it a great alternative for off-road applications. The lighter weight help reduce wear and tear on your suspension. And aluminum never rusts, so this van ladder will last and last.
Why is powder-coated aluminum the best choice for your van build?
- It's lightweight – The heavier weight of steel puts an additional load on your brakes, alignment, and suspension meaning lost performance. Aluminum, on the other hand, allows you to get full performance out of your suspension and prevents wear and tear on your alignment, brakes, and tires.
- It doesn’t rust – Aluminum does not rust, and with the tough, attractive, powder-coated finishing your bumper, ladder, storage box, or other van exterior accessory will maintain its finish for years to come.
Aluminess has been in business since 2008. During that time, they have established a solid reputation for manufacturing high-quality aluminum products including bumpers, roof racks, ladders, storage boxes, and other off-road accessories for vans, pickup trucks, and SUVs. Aluminum's combination of strength and light weight makes it a great alternative for off-road applications. The lighter weight help reduce wear and tear on your suspension. And aluminum never rusts, so this van ladder last and last.