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RAMPS atv,snowmobile,snowblower

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by fernalddude, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. fernalddude

    fernalddude PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,105

    Ok was just surfin and came across Boss Truck acces. co.
    http://www.bosstruckaccessories.com/retractablerampsystem.html
    Might be a option for some guys looks easy to load and unload with The Retractable Ramp System provides a safe, quick, and convenient way of loading your pickup truck. This semi-permanent Ramp System is unique in that it replaces your stock tailgate with a pair of tailgates which become integrated into the Ramps, once opened. This tailgate system results in a number of benefits: the Ramps are 7½ feet long once extracted; the tailgates are a “flow-through” design; the extracted tailgates can be used as a bed-extender; dual tailgates allow easier access to the truck bed; replacing the stock tailgate saves it from wear.

    The Retractable Ramp System is safer (the Ramps will not shift or “kick-out” during use), stronger (heavy-duty construction), longer (Ramps extend to 7.5 feet), more convenient (there is no need to stow the Ramps since they simply slide back into the truck bed), and more versatile (ATV’s, motorcycles and snowmobiles; fits any truck with a 6 - 8 ft. bed). Installation is easy and the whole assembly can be quickly and easily removed, when desired.

    From what I see the ramps look to clear out and snow tracked into the bed or ramp and the snowmobile kit would hold the blower or walkbehind in the bed watch the vids.

    ramp-on-white.jpg
     
  2. mcwlandscaping

    mcwlandscaping 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,557

    says at the beginnning of the video..."never drive up ramps" and what do they do? they drive up the ramps....WOW!!

    seems like a pretty cool design and would be quite practical to those that load things like ATV's or snowblowers into the bed often
     
  3. fernalddude

    fernalddude PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,105

    Yes I guess its a discclaimer so they are not liable. But I could not see pushing a piece of equipment up that ramp wesport