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Home Depot clearance - Gorilla MPX-22 with wheels for $99

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I've seen this ladder at $100 a few times on SD (including right now, I think), but not with wheels. Looks like at least a few stores have those on clearance, with wheels, for $99.98. The wheels are about $18 when purchased separately, so definitely a nice bonus for this relatively heavy but strong and versatile ladder if you can find it.

Gorilla Ladders 22 ft. Reach MPX Aluminum Multi-Position Ladder with Wheels with 375 lbs. Load Capacity Type IAA Duty Rating

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Goril.../305590235
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I just bought this without wheels for 100 and it's waiting to be picked up. I'm wondering if I should cancel that and order this. The weight limit is also better on this ladder...
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Wouldn't hurt to put "ladder" in the title. Wink
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Wheels on a ladder. What could go wrong? Smilie
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Wheels on a ladder. What could go wrong? Smilie
Just grease it up and it will be fine. nod
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I just bought this without wheels for 100 and it's waiting to be picked up. I'm wondering if I should cancel that and order this. The weight limit is also better on this ladder...
I would if I was you. These are very heavy and wheels would be great for moving it around. I wish I had one with wheels.
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I don't find the wheels very useful around the home. It's easier to just pick it up, as you have to be at a certain angle to engage them, and they really only function on a hard surface.
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Just my 2 cents. I had one with wheels and I still found it very heavy and difficult to carry around. I got a lightweight 7' aluminum ladder and now my back is SO much happier!
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lol... and also the last line said before the cameras start rolling on the Vivid set. Smilie
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I have a Werner 22 multi ladder without wheels. These are heavy but certainly sturdy. They are great for how compact they are. Mine about 5'8" fully collapsed. Also, if you need to work above stairs, the adjustable legs are good. If you have room or a garage, I would get traditional A-frame ladders since they are so much lighter.
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I would if I was you. These are very heavy and wheels would be great for moving it around. I wish I had one with wheels.
I've had one of these for almost 10 years. Oddly enough I paid $99 on BF back then.

Yes it's very heavy. My father in law has a Werner multi position and it's much lighter than the Gorilla.
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I just bought this without wheels for 100 and it's waiting to be picked up. I'm wondering if I should cancel that and order this. The weight limit is also better on this ladder...
The weight limit is the same as the one without the wheels (if OPs info is correct).
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Checked in store . Too heavy for us for home use .
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