Used in conjunction with trailer ramps, these ramp extensions make it possible to load low-profile sports cars and equipment with little ground clearance. Hook ends prevent the ramp extenders from kicking out.
Designed for two-beam loading ramps, these heavy duty lay-over trailer ramp extensions allow low-profile vehicles to be loaded onto trailers. The ramp extensions feature the same serrated cross bars as the loading ramps, for traction in wet or muddy conditions. Integrated hooks rest in-between trailer ramp cross bars, preventing the lay-over ramps from kicking out while the vehicle is being loaded.
Reduces the ramp approach angle, allowing low-profile vehicles to be loaded onto trailers and trucks
Great for loading sports cars and lowered vehicles
Mike @ Precision Towing & Transportation, Inc. from CA wrote (February 03, 2015):
We purchased these ramps for our rollback carriers to help load extra low exotic cars, especially ones with long front overhangs. We have used wood and race ramps in the past. The wood is heavy @ 5-6 foot lengths and breaks as it ages. Race ramps are nice and light, but they take up valuable tool box space even after they are broken down.
These ramps are the trick ! They store neatly on top of the toolboxes. require only a small 3/8" x 2 1/2" slot to be cut into the deck to secure them and are rock solid driving on and off with great traction, and ZERO chance of kicking out.
They are so light they can easily and quickly set up one handed and just drop into place. I find my guys using them much more so than the wood because of the ease of use.
Did I mention they get a lot of positive comments once the dealers and customers see them ?
They look like they should cost $ 500 and I tell my customers that to make them feel special. If you are looking to get another 3-4 degrees of load angle and are serious about your job, these are well worth the money paid. I have customers and competitors askinq who made them for me.
Ill never tell !