6 remaining Hide Away Ramps.

Discussion in 'Sponsor Announcements' started by Michael J. Donovan, Apr 4, 2007.

  1. Michael J. Donovan

    Michael J. Donovan Head Moderator, Online Communities Staff Member
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    6 remaining Hide Away Ramps.

    The ramps slide in under the floor and when extended slide into a locked position.

    Normally the cost is 745.00.
    For these 6 the price is 545.00/each

    Call Mark at 651-789-1830 for info

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  2. padude2004

    padude2004 LawnSite Member
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    will those ramps fit in a truck bed??
     
  3. Michael J. Donovan

    Michael J. Donovan Head Moderator, Online Communities Staff Member
    Posts: 3,391

    I am not positive...if you give Mark a call at 651-789-1830 I am sure he would be able to better assist you...he is a sponsor here on LawnSite and he asked me to post this for him
     
  4. MarcSmith

    MarcSmith LawnSite Fanatic
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    great Idea. to bad it not aluminum. they look awful heavy...
     
  5. green_mark

    green_mark LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 494

    Yes they do.
     
  6. green_mark

    green_mark LawnSite Senior Member
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    That is a common misconception. The floor is about 150 lbs and once installed not an issue.

    The ramps themselves pull out and self lock into the frame of the false floor
    and the weight of each ramp that you experience is less than ~20lbs.
     
  7. vkr

    vkr LawnSite Member
    Posts: 15

    Has anyone used these ramps?
    Are they practical in the real world?

    Thank you
     
  8. CAL-LANDSCAPER

    CAL-LANDSCAPER LawnSite Member
    Posts: 48

    We had a set of slide in ramps built for under our 16' trailer about 3 years ago.
    There were designed manly for loading of my John Deere 755 tractor, but have also been very useful as 'walk in' ramps when loading the trailer with trash from landscape renovation clean ups or as ramps for wheel barrel use of unloading mulch.
    Only problem we have noticed is the debris that can get in the 'slide' and needs to be cleaned out sometimes.(same as any other tools)
    My cost for the ramps and slide in was very minimal since it was a high school welding shop project by my daughters former boyfriend.
    Also had adjustable 'jack stands' installed in back end of trailer for use when loading the tractor
    All items added to our multi-use trailer have been very helpful for work.
    Anything you can 'add' to your equipment to reduce time of set up or to relieve back strain is a benefit.

    TOM
     
  9. Korey

    Korey LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 269

    I'm really interested in those ramps for my Toyota box truck. Does one set incude the false floor and ramp? Thanx.

    -KC
     
  10. green_mark

    green_mark LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 494

    Yes it does.
     

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