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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by ant, Oct 7, 2006.
were can i get a ramp like this one
here we go
well ant bring me the truck with the ramp ill cut it off and weld it on your truck
there u go ant handy ramp it
I just got one similar to it from usa ramp . I LOVE IT! They can fabricate something custom for you I think. USARAMP.COM!
take that pic to your local welder Ant, I'll bet he can fab one up for ya.
There's gonna be an atrocious amount of rear end swing, when you have a beavertail-style ramp like that hanging off the back of your box truck like that. Imagine a situation where you're driving down a curb lane, getting ready to turn right, onto another street. Now imagine that same situation, but you've got cars in the center lane next to you. When you turn that corner, all of that rear end overhang will swing out into the center lane and right into any stopped, or passing cars if you're not extremely careful.
When I bought my non-beavertail style ramp system from Handy Ramp. I wanted to get a beavertail style ramp at first, but that rear end swing consideration is why I didn't. I wanted my box truck to be as easy to drive in traffic as possible. I still have to watch rear end swing, but not nearly as much as I would with that kind of ramp.