Hello I have a 1977 CCC 410.

I need a replacement of the picture listed.  (The port side has a complete set, starboard not. ) 
It’s the metal tread.. that the ladder hooks into as well.. 


what is this called? And where can I find it? 

thanks 

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Me too!

Mark

Hello Justin,

Try browsing through the links section in the library.  https://commanderclub.com/page/links

Sometimes the supplier websites don't do them justice.  You should try e-mailing them with your parts request.  

How badly do you want these metal treads and ladder pockets? I removed them from my 1973 410 a couple years ago and went with a new Marquipt ladder. Still have the ladder and mounting parts. Would want to sell as a set. Ladder is in good shape, but missing the bottom rung. 

John Brock

!973 410

Lake Erie location

Do you have a picture of everything? 

I mean, I’d like them but if what you’re saying there’s a alternative?  Please share 


John Brock said:

How badly do you want these metal treads and ladder pockets? I removed them from my 1973 410 a couple years ago and went with a new Marquipt ladder. Still have the ladder and mounting parts. Would want to sell as a set. Ladder is in good shape, but missing the bottom rung. 

John Brock

!973 410

Lake Erie location

Here are some photos. I bought the Marquipt 4 rung ladder and mounting ears for port and starboard sides. Works well.  Easy to deploy and store. Secure to climb up. Light weight. Sturdy.

The ladder easily mounts to the teak toe rail and has enough reach to get over the gunnels. 

Four steps works well for a floating dock. I recall about $1400 plus shipping. Maybe a little less. You may find some used in boat "junk yards" down south.

John Brock

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Looks nice! Is that $1400 for just one ladder? Do you leave it attached while under way? 


John Brock said:

Here are some photos. I bought the Marquipt 4 rung ladder and mounting ears for port and starboard sides. Works well.  Easy to deploy and store. Secure to climb up. Light weight. Sturdy.

The ladder easily mounts to the teak toe rail and has enough reach to get over the gunnels. 

Four steps works well for a floating dock. I recall about $1400 plus shipping. Maybe a little less. You may find some used in boat "junk yards" down south.

John Brock

Yes , one ladder. The mounts allow you to attach it to either port or starboard. I stow it while under way. I pilot from the lower helm and typically stow the boarding ladder by lashing it to the ladder going up to the flybridge. The ladder attaches to the mounting brackets with quick connect pins. It is light weight aluminum so can be easily stored anywhere. I like it. Way easier to handle than the original wood ladder which was heavy and bulky. Way better than the low cost, but flimsy aluminum alternatives. I can take some close up photos of the mount if you need them.

John Brock

Very good information to know!!! I zoomed in on the mounts in your pictures! 
next question id have is, what did you use to fill the wood holes from the existing hardware? 


John Brock said:

Yes , one ladder. The mounts allow you to attach it to either port or starboard. I stow it while under way. I pilot from the lower helm and typically stow the boarding ladder by lashing it to the ladder going up to the flybridge. The ladder attaches to the mounting brackets with quick connect pins. It is light weight aluminum so can be easily stored anywhere. I like it. Way easier to handle than the original wood ladder which was heavy and bulky. Way better than the low cost, but flimsy aluminum alternatives. I can take some close up photos of the mount if you need them.

John Brock

I drilled the screw holes out and epoxied wood dowel pins in them, I cleaned out the ladder mount pockets and filled them with epoxy. Plan to sheet over the area with 1/4" teak. Could not find new metal treads similar to original.

John

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