Load cars, pickup trucks, and wheeled equipment into a box trailer or dry van with confidence. The heavy duty dry van loading system includes (4) loading ramps and adjustable-height center support stands (available in a one or two piece) for loading vehicles up to 5,000 lbs per axle quickly and easily.
Take on extra side jobs hauling vehicles in your semi trailer with a Dry Van Ramp System from Discount Ramps.Com. Lightweight aluminum construction and modular design is easy to set up / take down and can store away compact when not in use! Available in a 1 piece and 2 piece center support stand kit. Includes a 1 year manufacturers warranty!
Keep your truck and trailer earning you money by hauling vehicles with dry van ramps! This lightweight, easy to use aluminum ramp system allows you to load vehicles into dry vans or up onto loading docks quickly, spending more time on the road. The modular ramp system is available as a kit with either 1 center stand, adjustable up to 96" wide, or 2 independent center stands that can be adjusted infinitely. Both center stand designs can be raised and lowered allowing you to add a center arch to the ramps for greater clearance when loading lower vehicles. The dry van ramps are attached to the center stands via steel “pin-on-end” connectors to prevent the system from separating. To prevent ramp kick out, (2) heavy duty cam buckle tie downs are included and can be wrapped around the ramps and anchored to the ICC bumper. The surface of the semi trailer ramps feature heavy duty plate style cross rungs with a serrated surface for greater traction when loading in the elements. Full width attaching ramp end lips feature a hard rubber strapping underside to help keep the ramps in place. On the opposite end of the semi truck ramps, knife foot ends provide a smoother approach and better clearance for lower vehicles. These dry van ramps are designed for loading automobiles and other pneumatic wheeled light equipment. Load with confidence knowing these dry van ramps are engineered with over 30 years experience and are backed by a 1 year warranty!
Not recommended for forklifts, steel track vehicles, or skid loaders!
The best way to determine your vehicle's 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.