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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-08-2013, 06:23 AM Thread Starter
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Is this a good loading ramp?

has anyone has review on habor freight ramp?




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What Z said...the HF ones are too short unless your deck is only 2' off the ground. I had a full size Ram. 9' black widow aluminum, arched bi-fold ramp. I think they were $200 for 2. Lasted me 4 years of abuse and looked brand new when I sold them.

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I use the Ogio step ramp.
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What Z said...the HF ones are too short unless your deck is only 2' off the ground. I had a full size Ram. 9' black widow aluminum, arched bi-fold ramp. I think they were $200 for 2. Lasted me 4 years of abuse and looked brand new when I sold them.
I have a 3/4 ton Chevy...the ones I linked to are not folding but hold more weight. They were only $100 though.
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huh?? It works fine for me..

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Search for reece ramp and you will see the non folding arched ramps

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