Aluminum step deck trailer ramp systems and load levelers - These ramp systems are available in capacities from 4,000 lbs to 23,500 lbs per axle for loading cars, trucks, wheel loaders, tractors, and heavy commercial equipment. Unlike steel ramps, the ultra lightweight aluminum design prevents physical strain when setting up and taking down the ramps systems and allows for easy handling!
Load levelers are used on step deck trailers. When a load is longer than the bottom deck, it may be placed on the step (top) deck and the load levelers would be placed evenly on the bottom deck to disperse the weight of the load evenly. Common loads would be long sections of pipe, lumber, steel beams, and cargo containers.
Load levelers are designed to fit into the side stake pockets on a trailer. They are secured with chains or binders. That prevents them from shifting forwards or backwards. If the load levelers tip over and the load falls down, the straps are no longer holding down your load. When that happens you will never drive a truck again and most likely will spend the rest of your life making license plates.
Here at DiscountRamps.com we offer load levelers designed and built by Heavy Duty Ramps, the worlds best aluminum ramp manufacturer, located in Wisconsin. They are the strongest on the market today. If you want heavy duty, you need to buy Heavy Duty.
We offer two types of load levelers, the stand alone load leveler and a combination of both ramp and load leveler. If you plan on using loading ramps on your trailer, why not add load leveler hardware and get double duty use out of your ramp system? Stake pocket supports are inserted into the side stake pockets, the ramps are placed inside the supports, then lumber is then secured to the ramp with lumber clips. Chain the supports to prevent the load leveler from shifting, and you are ready to start loading. Get the most use out of your step deck trailer by installing our ramp and load leveler combo system. You will never turn away a load again.
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