Pin-On End Skid Steer Ramps with 10,000 lb per Axle Load Capacity

These 10,000 lb capacity ramps work great for loading and unloading skid steer loaders, tractors, trucks, Bobcats, and other heavy equipment with pneumatic wheels or rubber tracks. The loading ramps have a durable, rust-free, aircraft grade aluminum construction available with pin-on attaching ends.

$589.99
10-14-090-02-S
$70.00
In Stock. Ships within 24 hrs.
1 Year Warranty USA GSA Contract Holder

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The heavy duty skid steer ramps are a great solution for loading automobiles, Bobcats, skid loaders, Ditch Witches, trenchers, and tractors with weights up to 10,000 lbs. These commercial ramps include a durable stub foot that allows loading at a variety of load heights from 24" to 36". The ramps have pin-on ends to secure the ramp on the vehicle. These pin-on ends require a skid seat ramp attaching bracket (sold separately) to secure them to a loading dock, step deck trailer or flat bed. All ramps come standard with 20,000 lb capacity ramp ends to allow safe, worry-free loading.

These ramps are also available with hook ends

7-1/2’ x 14" Aluminum ramps with pin-on ends - 10,000 lb capacity per axle
Stub style foot, 24" to 36" Load Height
90"
14"
4-1/4"
47 lbs

Product Features

  • Aircraft grade aluminum construction is durable, strong, and rust-free
  • With angle channel or pin-on ends
  • Recommended for pneumatic wheeled or rubber track vehicles only
  • Lightweight 2-beam design
  • Extra wide serrated cross bars offer maximum traction in the rain, mud, or snow and are stronger than the traditional "rung type" design
  • Reinforced stub foot design prevents curling of the bottom of the ramp
  • Optional ramp wall brackets available (sold separately) for driving Bobcats and skid steers into basements
  • Manufactured by certified AWS welders with 30+ years experience
  • Proudly made in the USA
  • 1 Year warranty

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • NOT recommended for forklifts or steel track machines

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