Low Roof Sprinter Wheel Wrap Side Ladder
Sprinter Wheel Wrap Side Ladder - Low Roof

Sprinter Wheel Wrap Side Ladder - Low Roof

Regular price $745.00
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The Wheel Wrap Side Ladder for low roof Sprinter vans lets you enjoy the convenience of a side ladder and also be able to open up your T-vent or Pop-out windows on the driver side of your van. 

Side ladders are a must-have for easy access to the roof. Whether you want to clean solar panels, store extra gear, or hang out on your rooftop deck, our Wheel Wrap Side Ladder provides a safe way to climb up on the roof without blocking your view. The wheel wrap design allows it to be installed further back on the van than our Side Ladder for Low Roof without blocking your views or windows from opening.

Like all of our ladders, the low roof wheel wrap side ladder has flat steps that are comfortable to step and stand on and formed dimples in each step for traction. We’ve also designed it to have a profile that matches the curves of the low roof Sprinter for a seamless look.

The Low Roof Sprinter Wheel Wrap Side Ladder mounts to your existing factory roof rail at the top and the pinch seam with a provided bracket at the bottom. It ships in a single package to your doorstep and includes all hardware for mounting.

DETAILS

  • Universal design - mounts to the roof rails
  • Lightweight aluminum - only 16 pounds
  • 12 3/4" wide steps - dimpled for added traction
  • Upgraded mounting arm - a stronger and sturdier side ladder installation
  • All hardware included for mounting to stock roof tracks
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    COMPATIBILITY

    • 2007+ Low Roof Mercedes Benz Sprinter Vans

    Customer Reviews

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    Andrew Z.
    Good Low Roof Wheel Wrap Ladder

    I wanted a ladder that would allow me to open my emergency exit window, so I got this wheel wrap ladder. You have to do some drilling on the bottom to install it, but once you have the parts, its pretty straight forward and I am able to still open the window. The only issue that I had was that the top of the ladder wanted to install where my rack was already bolted to the rails and so at first I couldn't install the ladder. Support said that it was because my rack (the low pro low roof 144 rack) was the old version. I bought it in 2022, but maybe they just released a new version. Anyway, support sent me some free adapter parts that allowed me to install the rack. Once installed, it seems very sturdy and I'm happy with it. If you're going to buy this ladder and one of the feet of your rack is bolted to the rail near the window seam, I'd contact support and ask about the adapter parts which consisted of some longer bolts and a spacer to go under the top-right part of the ladder.

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