Aluminum Modular Truck Trailer Ramp System for Dry Van - 5,000 lb per axle Capacity

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  • Manufactured from high-strength, lightweight aluminum
  • Available with one- or two-piece support stands
  • 5,000 lb. per axle weight capacity
  • Extra-wide serrated rung surfaces for maximum traction
  • Rubber-bonded attaching plates grip the dry van deck
  • Knife foot end for smooth transtion onto and off of ramp
  • Sold in pairs
Item # Description Length Width Height Weight Minimum
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05-20-240-02-06M-High-REV1 Two-Piece Support Stands 20' 20" 3-1/4" 380 lbs. 40" 54"
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Load cars, pickup trucks, and wheeled equipment into a box trailer or dry van with confidence. The heavy duty dry van loading system includes (4) loading ramps and adjustable-height center support stands (available in a one or two piece) for loading vehicles up to 5,000 lbs per axle quickly and easily.

Load cars, pickup trucks and other wheeled equipment into dry vans, box trucks or onto a dock with confidence with our 5,000 lbs per axle loading system. Each system includes (4) ramps and either one or two-piece adjustable height stands. The stands can be raised or lowered from 40” to 54” to accommodate many different height vans, trucks or docks.

Ramps are attached to the stands using pin-on end connectors. One ramp has a knife edge foot to provide smooth loading and unloading while the other ramp features a full-width plate end with non-slip rubber bonded to the bottom to provide a secure transition onto the vehicle. The ramp surface is made from extra-wide serrated rungs for maximum traction in all weather conditions.

Set-up is a breeze. The one-piece stand adjusts up to 96” wide while the two-piece stands can be moved to accommodate virtually any wheelbase. Simply position the stands, attach the ramps and adjust the height and you’ll be ready to load. As a safety precaution we provide two heavy-duty cam buckle straps to secure the ramp to the trailer and prevent slipping.

5,000 lbs. per axle
Not recommended for forklifts, steel track vehicles, or skid loaders! How Do I Determine Axle Capacity? The best way to determine your vehicle's 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.