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Loading Ramps Quadboss Pit Posse Yutrax

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Looking for some ramps and this manufacturer seems to stand behind their product with 5 year warranty. I was looking at PP2755P 89"  1,500 lbs. or they have PP2755-9P 9' 1,200 lbs.  I'd like longer ramps but dry weight of wheeler is 808 lbs so with me on it, fuel, etc. could be 1,100 lbs. then loading into 2015 F-250.   I'm new to this so looking to hear if 7.5 ft ramps are long enough / these or other models? I've noticed Quadboss looks a lot like some of the Yutrax... I know it is a lot of opinions but I'm hoping to hear from others that have been through this and can help guide.   :confused:

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I know trucks are easier to get around. But even with a truck I've used a small trailer. I have 2 actually. A 4x6 and a 7x10. But as far as loading them, I've used nothing but a 2x6 with grips and feet

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I'll use my snowmobile trailer when possible but the other times I'll have a Travel Trailer.  I do have some 2x8x8 ramps but a post I read pointed out how low the load rating is by OSHA which I verified.  There are quite a few sets of ramps like the ones I mentioned for around$130 otherwise they seem to be almost double the price for the same ratings which is why I question quality of the less expensive ones.  Pit Posse has my attention because of warranty stating 5 years.

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