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6' x 14" Pin-On Equipment Ramps - 12,000 lb per axle Capacity

ITEM #12-14-072-02-S
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Key Features:

  • Made from the lightest and strongest aluminum on the market
  • Supports up to 12,000-lbs per axle
  • Perfect for 12" or 20" rises

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Made in the USA
42 lbs.
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12,000 lbs. per axle
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Easily load a Bobcat, Skid Steer, trencher, loader, tractor, or any other heavy-duty equipment into your trailer with these Pin-On Equipment Ramps - designed specifically for use with trailers measuring 10" to 12" high. The trailer ramps feature serrated rungs for maximum traction when loading in wet or muddy conditions and are manufactured from a military-grade aluminum that makes them lighter and stronger than any other on the market - each ramp weighs only 30 lbs, yet supports up to 12,000 lbs per axle, making them the lightest and strongest equipment-loading ramps in the industry. Their pin-on design secures to the skid seat attaching bracket of your trailer to prevent slipping during use, meaning you won't need to hassle with using any extra safety straps! The stub-toe foot provides the strongest available reinforcement to the end of the ramp. These high-quality equipment ramps are proudly made in the USA by certified AWS welders. Sold in pairs.

  • Made from the lightest and strongest aluminum on the market
  • Supports up to 12,000-lbs per axle
  • Perfect for 12" or 20" rises
  • Only weighs 30-lbs
  • Sold in pairs
  • Measures 14" W x 72" L x 4" H
Usage Guidelines
Not recommended for trucks with mounted cranes, forklifts, or steel track vehicles. Never exceed the maximum axle capacity of this ramp system. Pin End Ramps must be pinned into skid seat brackets before using ramps. The best way to determine your vehicles axle weight is to drive the heaviest axle of the vehicle on a scale. Normally the front end of the truck is the heaviest axle weight because of the engine.
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