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Anyone looking for a motorcycle loading ramp? I would like to order one of these, and can get a better deal on a pair (actually sold for ATV's, but really just a pair of these). I need to order them today, so if anyone is interested in the other half of the pair for $65, which includes shipping, let me know asap. Ordering the one solo with shipping comes out to $81.


These innovative folding arched economy ramp is light weight, all aluminum construction. These economical loading ramps have a serrated cross bars for sure traction even in the mud, rain or snow. This ramp is extremely light weight and easy to operate and fold in half for compact storage and transport. Ramp also include ½ inch raised sides to help keep your tires in the ramp channels, steel adjustable safety cable to keep the ramps in place, and 3 rubber coated fingers per runner. Loading a motorcycle with at least two people is always recommended for single runner ramps. These single ramps are not recommended for riding your motorcycle up because they are not wide enough to put your feet down when loading and unloading.

Features include:

* Arched for maximum clearance
* Hinge system allow unit to fold exactly in half
* All aluminum construction is light weight and will not rust
* Serrated cross rung design for maximum traction
* Raised side rails keep tires on ramps
* built in traction surface to prevent slippage
* Rubber tipped fingers
* Steel adjustable safety cables to attach ramp to bumper
* 750 lb. distributed weight capacity

Unfolded Length 7' 5" (89.25 inches)
Folded Length 45.12 inches
Width 11.26 inches
Weight 14.5 lbs
 

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Truth said:
I'll buy it....let me know how to go about getting the $65 to you...
Cool, you can just get it to me when you pick the ramp up. I'll order them today, hopefully they will be here by Thursday or Friday. It'll make loading the bikes for this weekend's trip to TC easier if I do get them in time. PM me your # and I will call you when they arrive.
 

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wow so that's how you're supposed to load em...

I went for the 4-asian-guys-myself-and-a-piece-of-wood method the other day ... took us about 15 mins to get it in the trailer.
 

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wow so that's how you're supposed to load em...

I went for the 4-asian-guys-myself-and-a-piece-of-wood method the other day ... took us about 15 mins to get it in the trailer.
5 guys and 15 minutes to load a bike into a trailer? Do you guys all work for the road comission or something?
 

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5 guys and 15 minutes to load a bike into a trailer? Do you guys all work for the road comission or something?
well the initial idea was to set the front wheel on the trailer and then lift the back and push it in there. Those attempts failed miserably ... we couldnt even get the bottom plastic to clear the ramp.

But once we managed to find a 2 by 8 piece of wood, it went up in there nice and smooth :)
 

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But once we managed to find a 2 by 8 piece of wood, it went up in there nice and smooth :)
:eek: I'm not gonna say a word... I'm not gonna.. nope.. no way... not gonna...

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:eek: I'm not gonna say a word... I'm not gonna.. nope.. no way... not gonna...

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It's bad enough you were thinking it :twofinger
 

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It's bad enough you were thinking it :twofinger
yeah but I didn't say it :twofinger

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