Rhino-Rack Introduces Aluminum Folding Ladder For Pioneer System

New from Rhino-Rack – the Aluminum Folding Ladder. This ladder easily attaches to the Rhino-Rack Pioneer System and provides easy access to hard-to-reach items on top of your vehicle. See more details below.

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Whether you’re a seasoned off-roader or just your average weekend explorer, the new Aluminum Folding Ladder from Rhino-Rack is the ideal accessory to access those hard-to-reach items on top of your vehicle without straining your back.

It connects to the edge of your Rhino-Rack Pioneer System on either side making it the easiest to reach rooftop items. Given the unpredictable terrains you can often find yourself in while off-roading, the Aluminum Folding Ladder has been designed to perform sturdily in all environments. The extra wide and adjustable feet are crafted for stability on soft and uneven ground and allows the ladder to extend up to 78 ⅔” in height.

The Aluminum Folding Ladder can be installed on any side of the vehicle for convenience and unfolds at an angle to prevent any contact with your vehicle. If your vehicle is packed to the brim, the ladder can fold down to a compact to 41 ⅔” for easy storage, and it is also lightweight, making it easy to install, remove and pack away.

Constructed from aluminum with a black powder coat finish, the Aluminum Folding Ladder is strong, durable and built to last a lifetime. Extremely weather resistant, it will not rust or deteriorate when exposed to all kinds of weather conditions, which is ideal for those unpredictable weather events that tend to happen on weekend adventures.

It is also finished with quality hardware, including alloy construction with cast steel hinges. It is compatible with the Rhino-Rack Pioneer Tray/Platform/Elevation.

Locking pin, mounting brackets and hardware included. Additional brackets sold separately.


  • Connects to the edge of your Rhino-Rack Pioneer System
  • Designed to perform sturdily in all environments
  • Extra wide and adjustable feet are crafted for stability on soft and uneven ground

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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