89″ Arched Folding Motorcycle Ramp System

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  • Ideal f&#959r loading motorcycles, street bikes &#1072n&#1281 cruisers onto low 4 x 2 trucks &#959r trailers (1,500 lb. capacity)
  • Arched design provides additional clearance &#1072n&#1281 stability
  • High traction rung design &#1072&#406&#1109&#959 cleans tires
  • Includes (3) protection straps t&#959 prevent ramp kick-outs &#1072n&#1281 (2) side straps t&#959 prevent sliding
  • Light weight aluminum construction

A&#406&#406-Aluminum, 89″ long folding arched dirt bike ramp system w&#1110th a 1,500 lb. capacity center ramp. Th&#1077 arched frame allows f&#959r added clearance &#1072n&#1281 a solid lip plate &#1072n&#1281 finger system ensures ramp stability. Includes 5 protection straps t&#959 prevent ramp kick outs t&#959 th&#1077 back &#1072n&#1281 sides, slip resistant serrated rungs &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 unique skill t&#959 attach each &#1089&#965t together f&#959r a more evenly distributed load wh&#1077n loading heavier motorcycles.

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Price: $ 249.99

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    Posted 10/11/2014 at 7:38 | Permalink
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Heavy Duty 3 section ramp, September 26, 2010
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    Research Ronnie “Research Ronnie” (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) –

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    Awesome! I’ve used it a dozen plus times to load my Harley Soft tail (740lbs) in back of my F150. It’s a no brainer for the price. You can place your feet down as you’re riding up into the truck. When you’re done with it, fold it in half and drop in the bed next to the bike.

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    Posted 10/11/2014 at 8:11 | Permalink
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    ramp does the job a bit hard to handle, July 28, 2011
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    Willie (Dearborn Mi.) –

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    I’ve used this with my Harley Ultra Classsic couple times to load in my trailer.I bolted it together with the long bolts & use as a one cut ramp.It does the job not much flex.Welds look to be excellent, fact that you could pull it apart & use the two outers for four wheel configurations is excellent.The quality control is not there, one of the rails, middle one on the outer ramp is twisted & was welded in that way.Just didn’t make time to question if they would replace though.Other complaint is the three have fun ramps will all go in different directions when you handle it, I really reckon it is a matter of time previous to I get pinched between them.I was thinking of trying to strap it but then that’s just more steps to get the bike loaded.I was considering using a clevis pin 2 per end to attach the three ramps together at the ends so they don’t flop nearly,making it more like the black widow that folds in half.Not sure if this will affect the load rating , I need to call & question that question I suppose.

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    Posted 10/11/2014 at 8:53 | Permalink
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a excellent ramp, but . . ., Development 11, 2014
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    I bought this ramp to load my HD Crossbones into my 2008 Ram 1500 Quad truck. (gate height about 37 inches) I noticed after unpacking it that there was an a rung on the center section that looked slightly bent, but nothing that should affect its function or stability. Other than that the ramp seemed sturdy and, though necissarily heavy it was managable by myself. I assembled the ramp and attached to my truck with the security straps. I was parked on a flat section of road, not uphill or downhill. When I rode the bike into the truck, it nearly cleared the top without a problem, but the kickstand did bottom out a bit. When I got it into the truck I noticed that the spring on the kickstand had been popped out of place. After spending a frustrating amount of time re-attaching the spring, (and anyone who has had to do that previous to knows how annoying that can be) I rode it back down the ramp. Unfortunately the spring once more became detached and I had to fix it a second time.

    Bottom line is, the ramp did what it was designed to do and felt sturdy and safe enough with the bike (750lbs) and my weight(220lbs) on the center ramp. If you are looking to load a bike with low clearance (HD says the Crossbones has 4.9 inch) and long wheelbase (64.5in) into a generous truck with a high tailgate, I would consider buying a longer ramp. This one would be excellent for sport bikes or lower trucks.

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