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Newbie here and having trouble picking a quality ramp. I found this site to another forum and would like to ask your opinion guys.

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ive had my ramps for probably 8 years and never had any trouble with them. not sure what kind they are i think moose racing. I paid $140 for them . you can find them for a lot cheaper . just depends on what your looking for and how much your going to use them.

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I'm in the market for some ramps as well. Since I have a 3-wheeler as well, I am needing to find one that goes all the way across to accommodate a center wheel.

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I have the harbor freight tri-fold ramps i think they were 60-70 bux great ramp but a little bulky. I would plunk down the extra coin for the aluminum tri folds. They also have a three across ramp thats aluminum too. Works for trikes

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Just park your truck 10 feet away from a jump. Hit the jump and try to land in the area of the bed of the truck. Good luck.

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get the bi fold alunimum ramp.... ive had mine ever since 2002 and never had any problems..... ive loaded quads, mowers and all things like tht with it.....

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Why not get a trailer -_-

Cause they cost money and drag your gas mileage on your vehicle down. If you have a truck, hauling in the bed is the way to go.

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Not really, good luck fitting 2+ quads in the bed of a truck! Why no lift the quad onto the truck? I mean, we have a trailer, but I've done it. It's not hard at all with a 470lb quad. And snowmobiles, we couldn't fit a sled in the back of our Eco F-150, so we need a trailer anyway. I dont think my quad will even fit in the back of the truck.

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Not really, good luck fitting 2+ quads in the bed of a truck! Why no lift the quad onto the truck? I mean, we have a trailer, but I've done it. It's not hard at all with a 470lb quad.

hes not fitting 2 quads in his truck its just one.... and yes gas is an issue to..... he wants it to be easier ya ive lifted mine in the truck to its not tht hard but i still would rather just drive it up the ramps

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ramps are a great thing to have. it sucks trying to lift a 400 lb. quad in the back of a truck by yourself.

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ramps are a great thing to have. it sucks trying to lift a 400 lb. quad in the back of a truck by yourself.

Low Rider pick up and 4x4 quad cures that or ride a wheelie and log hop in. Sucks when you knock the back window!! LOL 💀👍

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I just ust a couple of 2x6 or 2x8 not sure on the size, but they are just wood with metal ramp kit ends on the tailgate side and I cut angles on the bottom side. Have 'em for 8yrs and no problems.

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We run the Harbor Freight Aluminum Tri-fold as well. Like others mentioned, it's handy for the front wheel on the trikes.

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