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Marshall1117

Menards Ladder Stand

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Has anyone bought one of the ladder stands from Menards? Was thinking of getting the 15' prowler stand for 1 person. Any info would be nice.

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My brother purchased one and they not bad for the price.

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I bought the $128 one I love it me and my wife sit together and worth every pennie. If considering the double or two person go with this one it has twice the Platform that the other one does.

Jason

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If it's the one with the suspended seat, make sure that you put on the seat rightside up. The straps need to support the bottom of the seat. Found out that if it's upside down it will rip. Otherwise a nice one man stand for the $.

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I bought the cheaper two man stand. It's a nice stand, but a lot of assembly (35-40 bolts?). I've got it all put together, just haven't put it out yet. Have to decide where I want to put it, as I don't really want to move it right away.

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I purchased the 2-man one that was on sale fro $78.00 and works great!!!!

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i purchased the hang-on stand and i returned it, peice of sh***t, i don't know about the ladder stand, but the hang on stand they sell is junk don't waste your money.

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