I was searching things about lasers range finders for arduino but i don't found anyone.
Let me start off by saying that in the world of "laser range finders" - there is a huge gulf in the middle in terms of pricing. You basically have several companies selling extremely expensive devices (most scanning a laser in a 2D pattern), and then a few in the middle-range (one which you you basically have to buy a robot and rip it's sensor out; fairly cheap for what you get), and one at the low-end (from Parallax - and it is a 1D sensor only).
See my article here for details: http://www.phoenixgarage.org/show_article/167
There is also an option I don't mention (I found out about it later, and have yet to update my site) - this company's devices are fairly inexpensive, but once again, 1D only (but they are high quality and long distance, and use time-of-flight for measurement):http://www.lightware.co.za/http://forums.parallax.com/showthread.php/133632-Time-of-Flight-Laser-Project
There's also a thread about this laser rangefinder somewhere around here on the Arduino forums; dig around, you'll probably find it.
Beyond that - it's all homebrew. Some people have tried hacking certain golf/hunting laser rangefinders, others have tried hacking laser "tape measures" (the ones that use a real laser and sensor - not just a laser aiming dot and ultrasonics). Then you have a few complete home-brew options. Ultimately, you're looking at range of prices from around $150.00 USD to few thousand dollars USD (and most of the quality systems are at that high-end price point).