Built to hold up to 5,000 lbs (per axle), these all-aluminum ramps are the strongest and lightest ramps on the market. Great for loading cars, trucks, and other equipment onto trailers, the ramps feature knife-cut feet, designed for a smooth transition from the ground onto the ramps. Serrated cross bars provide excellent traction whether tires are dry, wet, or muddy. The ramps are available in multiple lengths to accommodate almost any trailer, truck or box van.
The pin-on attaching ends found on these ramps make them the safest style of car loading ramp. The ramps get pinned securely into skid seat ramp attaching brackets (sold separately), making it impossible for them to kick out while vehicles are being loaded. If wider brackets than the ramp are purchased, the ramps can be conveniently slid back and forth in the bracket to adapt to different vehicle widths, without requiring the ramps to be removed from the trailer. Please Note: Skid seat ramp attaching brackets are required to use these ramps.
These ramps are also available with flat plate ends.
These ramps are also available with hook ends.
- Pins lock ramps to truck or trailer, ensuring the ramps won't kick out
- Plate style serrated cross bars are stronger than rungs and provide maximum traction in the rain, mud or snow
- Lightweight, aircraft grade aluminum for superior durability and strength
- Strongest, lightest ramps on the market
- Safe for loading cars, trucks, wheeled equipment and some commercial equipment
- Low profile design allows ramps to slide into storage brackets under truck or trailer
- Manufactured by AWS-certified welders with 30+ years experience
- Maximum 5,000 lb per axle weight capacity
- 1 year manufacturer's warranty
Warning and Usage Guidelines
Not recommended for forklifts, steel track vehicles or skid loaders weighing more than 5,000 lbs. Please measure the height of your trailer or truck to be sure you are within the load height range designed for the ramp (see specification table).
How do I Determine Axle Weight
The best way to determine your vehicles axle weight is to drive the heaviest axle on a scale. Normally the front of your car, SUV, or pick-up truck is the heaviest axle weight because of the engine.
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