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Old 06-11-2013, 03:17 PM   #1
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FS: ATV ramp

I am selling my Aluminum folding atv ramp. It is 85" long so I could easily load my trx450 by myself. Ramp is in great shape. It was $245 at Cycle gear. Asking $80.
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:33 AM   #3
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does this have the clearance for a sport bike to get on there? truck is lifted about 1.5".
I wouldn't use a ramp like that for a bike. I'd want something solid rather than the ladder rack style ramp.
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ok thanks for your input.. what do you think about these and making my own: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Highland-...0700/203718652 worth it or just save myself the trouble and buy ramps? Nice ones are ~$150 though..
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Willing to ship?
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Old 06-13-2013, 07:47 AM   #7
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ok thanks for your input.. what do you think about these and making my own: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Highland-...0700/203718652 worth it or just save myself the trouble and buy ramps? Nice ones are ~$150 though..
This guy's sale thread isn't really the place for this but those ramp end kits that just bolt to a 2x10 or 2x12 work great for what they are. The problem is, when the wood is wet, you don't want to even attempt to load a road bike unless you have some sort of grip tape or something for traction and also, they don't fold up so transporting them can be an issue. I had a set like that for a while, they work well.

I upgraded to a set of Ohio Steel ramps, they're reasonably priced, fold up, are aluminum so they're light weight and have the arch so it makes it a bit easier to load a low-slung sport bike.
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No problem, good luck with the sale!
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Are the rungs too far apart for other equipment - Snow Blower, Generator, etc.?
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It doesn't happen to fold lengthwise does it?
This is very tempting, you're only 40 minutes from me.
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I had tri-fold ramps. I hated them. So...I took them apart and now they're in my bed box as traction aids
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Are the rungs too far apart for other equipment - Snow Blower, Generator, etc.?
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The rungs are 8" apart. I think it will be too far apart.
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It doesn't happen to fold lengthwise does it?
This is very tempting, you're only 40 minutes from me.
They stack on top of each other when folded, and stay the same length.
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