Aluminum Ramps with Pin-On Ends - 8' L x 16" W x 4-1/4" H

$849.99
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  • Strong, lightweight design
  • Pin-on ends prevent kickout for maximum safety
  • Wide plate-style serrated cross bars provide maximum traction in the rain, mud, or snow
  • Lightweight aircraft grade aluminum construction
  • Measures 8' L x 16" W x 4-1/4" H
  • 10,000-lb per axle weight capacity
  • Sold in pairs

Load almost any wheeled vehicle onto a trailer safely with these heavy duty trailer loading ramps. The ramps feature a pin-on connecting system, with 20,000 lb rated tubes that get pinned to a skid seat attaching bracket, creating a secure hold. Manufactured from lightweight aircraft aluminum and able to support 10,000 lbs per axle, these ramps are the strongest, lightest ramps on the market. Great on any kind of trailer, these ramps work in almost any loading or unloading situation.

These heavy duty trailer loading ramps are engineered to eliminate the risk of ramp kickout, making them the safest ramps for loading cars, trucks, and wheeled equipment into almost any trailer. The trailer loading ramp attaching ends are pin on style, which allows for a skid seat pin to be placed through the attaching end for a solid and secure hold to the trailer. Skid seat attaching brackets, required for use, are available in aluminum and steel models which can be bolted or welded to your trailer. Large serrated cross bars provide maximum traction for vehicles and equipment, even when tires are wet or muddy. Manufactured from lightweight aircraft aluminum, these super lightweight trailer loading ramps are easy to setup and won't rust. Storage is easy too, as the loading ramps have a low profile design, allowing them to be slid into storage brackets under the truck or trailer.

Ramps Only
10,000 lbs. per axle
8'
16"
4-1/4"
59 lbs.
Aluminum
18"
26"
Pin-On
Pin-On
Rung
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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