Lightweight aircraft grade aluminum truck trailer ramps are the perfect solution for loading and hauling cars, trucks and other equipment on trailers. These ramps have a 5,000 lb per axle capacity but are light enough for one person to handle. The ramps are available in multiple lengths and with hook ends to accommodate most trailers and trucks and vans.
Truck trailer ramps are designed and engineered to have a 5,000 lb weight capacity (per axle) for loading cars, trucks, and equipment on to trailers for transportation. The low profile design and lightweight aluminum construction allows for easy storage and maneuverability when not in use. Included with your purchase of new truck trailer ramps is a one year manufacturer's warranty!
Truck trailer ramps are designed and engineered to hold up to 5,000 lbs (per axle) 8,500 lb pick-ups! The ramps are constructed of an aircraft grade aluminum which makes them extremely durable yet light enough for easy maneuverability without hurting your back! They feature a knife cut foot (except part numbers ending in -S) designed for a smooth transition onto the ramp while loading cars or pick-up trucks. These trailer ramps have a serrated cross bar surface for additional strength and traction when tires are wet or muddy (unlike traditional round bar rungs). All trailer ramps are constructed of aluminum and will never rust! The ramps are available in multiple lengths to accommodate almost any trailer, truck or box van. Included with your purchase of a new truck trailer ramp is a one year manufacturer's warranty!
These ramps are designed with a hook end, which will hook over existing round rails up to 1-5/16" in diameter or rub rails. This keeps the ramps in place to prevent them from kicking out while in use.
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).
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.
I purchased a set of these ramps in the past. I lost one and with no hesitation, ordered a replacement. The staff is so knowledgeable and interested in helping me order the proper replacement ramp. The ramp arrived in a very timely period. These are by far the lightest and strongest ramps I have ever purchased and will be the only ones in any future purchases!!!.
For 27 years I got by with home made wood/steel ramps for my car trailer. Finally age (both me and the ramps) took its tole and something had to be done. I tried a set of "off the shelf" aluminum ramps that were rated at 3000 lbs. I could flex them just by bouncing on them. So I bit the bullet and bought a set of 5000 lb 94" ramps. While these are twice the cost (and half of what I paid for me trailer) they are of outstanding quality. The materials are top shelf, the welds are works of art. These will give a lifetime (or two?) of worry free service.
These are quality ramps that are built to last! The shipping is reasonable and fast also. I borrowed a pair from my buddy last week and had to have my own. Don't injure yourself or someone else using cheap unreliable ramps, you can't go wrong buying these. Buy more ramp than you need for the job, you'll find these are going to be your "go-to" ramps.
Super fast delivery, great tracking information, awesome ramps! These are quality ramps that are built to last! Not the cheap box store models! I would buy again!
Ramps came right away and the shipping was real reasonable. They are extremely light for 5,000 lb. ramps. They appear to be well-engineered and the quality of workmanship was excellent. There are no sharp edges, as everything is smoothed and buffed, so I don't have to worry about someone getting cut handling them. The welds are very well done. The hook ends are beefy, but I would still be slightly leery of pushing them to the weight limit, if the ramps were near level, but I don't plan on ever doing that, and I'm no engineer either. These are so much nicer than any steel ramps. I recommend getting one grade heavier than your requirements, not because I have doubts about the ramps holding up, but just because it gives you some extra margin, in case what you are loading has cargo or such.
I had a previous pair of the same ramps, and they just couldn't cut it for the type of work I do. The new ones I ordered from discount are awesome!! Very light weight and easy to handle. Thanks for the great customer service and fast shipping to my door within 3 days of purchase. Thanks Discount Ramps!!!