Trailer Ramps 72" x 12" 10 ga Steel
When you're traveling with ATVs, motorcycles, tractors, or other vehicles on your trailer or truck bed, you know how important it is to have high-quality, heavy-duty equipment in your corner. A safe loading process is only as safe as the quality of the loading ramp. With a poor quality ramp, you could find yourself hoping and praying that the ramp doesn't slip, break, or bend. When your mind should be on steadily guiding the machine up the ramp, this concern isn't good. With a high-quality ramp, though, you can drive it up there smoothly and safely, focusing your attention on the job ahead of you and not the ramp under you. Once you're up, you have other safety problems to solve, including tying the vehicle down and making sure that it doesn't move. With a good ramp, you can simply pick it up and get it out of the way. Fortunately, this ramp fulfills all of the requirements of this great ramp. If you're searching for the solution to your loading problems, then this heavy-duty steel ramp is just the solution you need.
Made of 10 gauge raw steel, this ramp measures 72" long by 12" wide with a 3 3/4" lip. It's made for both trucks and trailers and can work for backloading, sideloading, and tailgate loading. Each ramp has a 2,500-pound support limit, with a pair of two ramps totaling a 5,000-pound support limit. There are evenly spaced raised holes for traction, which is terrific for when you are driving up the ramp and your tires aren't spic and span. If you've just spent your trip mudding or driving around in the woods, then a ramp with terrific traction is a necessity. Durable and long-lasting, this ramp is ready to do the job that you need it to.
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- 10 gauge raw steel
- 72" long x 12" wide
- 2 3/4" lip
- For trailers or trunk beds
- Backload, sideload, and tailgate loading
- 5,000-pound support limit per pair (2,500 for a single)
- Evenly spaced raised holes for traction
- **Do not use while trailer or truck is in motion
- **Try and avoid placing all of the weight in the center of your truck or trailer
- **Needs to be treated, painted, or sealed before use