Rubber, vinyl, plastic feet for ladder.

I have an Estway ladder. It is one of the folding, scaffolding type ladders. It really is a cool, versatile tool to have, but the feet...natch, have seen better days. Any ideas on if they are available. I did a Google search, but all I came up with was the glitzy tv brand of scaffold ladder. Any help greatly appreciated. Perry
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Perry Templeton Wrote:

Did you ever find a source for the replacement rubber feet?
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On another brand, an extension ladder, I tried to buy replacement feet, and they couldn't be had, as the manufacturer frankly didn't want a lawsuit if the feet were attached incorrectly, so they simply don't supply them. Plus, worn feet will cause repeat sales of the ladder. This may also be true of other brands. When my ladder feet get hard or cracked, and no longer grip, I attach 1/2 inch dense foam rubber pads, in my case freebee pc mouse pads or hand rests, and use tightly wound galv. wire, and duct tape to finish the job. They last for several years, but I would also like to know how to find a more permanent solution out there. Any ideas out there?
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