OT: ESTWAY ladder


Does anyone know who made ESTWAY ladder? I have one of those articulated ladders that folds into 4 sections. I am missing a rubber feet and the other three are beginning to split.
I've looked over the ladder and other than the brand and the usual warning labels, I could not find the manufacturer's address or location to order the rubber feet.
thanks richard
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On Apr 16, 10:35 am, snipped-for-privacy@altavista.net wrote:

DAGS and found a Company called Westway. Appears to be the same outfit. It looks like its made in China. Procuring those parts make take persistence, particularly if it was bought at the Borg.
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GROVER wrote:

Maybe an old truck mudflap cut into strips of the correct width, folded over end of leg, and held in place with bolts or rivets?
Shouldn't take much to fabricate SOMETHING that would work. I think trying to find repair parts is a lost cause, unless maybe you luck out and they send you free ones as a goodwill gesture. Some companies do that, most don't.
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On Apr 16, 9:35 am, snipped-for-privacy@altavista.net wrote:

Take one of the non-broken feet to a large hardware store and see whta they suggest
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On Apr 16, 9:35 am, snipped-for-privacy@altavista.net wrote:

Haul the corpse off to the scrap yard. Aluminum scrap is priced well now. Bite the bullet and get a Little Giant or the Werner clone (nowhere near as good, but adequate for occasional use). Check eBay for sales on either if you want to save a few $$. FWIW, I have a Little Giant and and around a construction site it is positively the handiest, safest ladder I know of. The time you waste trying to keep junk working takes time from completing your job, so get decent tools and get on with it.
Joe
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responding to http://www.homeownershub.com/maintenance/OT-ESTWAY-ladder-436901-.htm jsh1 wrote:
snipped-for-privacy@altavista.net wrote:

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I've just decided to try and replace the rubber feet on my ladder, but I still have the original 1-page (2-sided) "Warranty" that came with the ladder (made by WestWay). It lists the address of the company as: WestWay Products Corporation, 31878 Camino Capistrano, Suite 270, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675, with a telephone number as: (714) 240-1311.
I've called the number and only gotten a voice-mail box that may not be the company, but I left a message asking for a return call. If I don't get a return call I'll try writing the company. However, based on not finding any internet info and the age of my ladder, I'm not holding out much hope on finding the original company based on my old Warranty paperwork.
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replying to a2rjh, Mike E wrote:

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PAL ladder # 6165 4 section 16.5 foot distributed by ESWAY. I hope this helps! Mike E.
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