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    Default Anyone seen anything like this ramp? Guy was at snow show in Washington?.

    I guess this ramp is very easy to use and once you go up the ramp it is super easy to tilt and load in the bed of your truck? A freind sent me this photo. Name:  image.jpg
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    Not to long ago one was for sale on CL.
    No longer snowmobiling.

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    i was looking at those a couple of years ago, big $$$$$

    found these for around $300 and very glad i did
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    Those are all great. Sometimes I wish to have another 2 place trailer again. Just because that Big *** 26' enclosed is hard to deal with in remote locations. LOL
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    One of the Guys in our club over here on Mt. Hood bought one at the show this year. They are made up in the Seattle area. He loves it, I’ve seen him load and unload several times, and it does load pretty easily. I believe they are around $600. Here’s the post on our website with more information for anyone who is interested.
    http://www.mthoodsnowmobileclub.org/forum.aspx?did=4089

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    Sweet! Thanks so much.

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    That works very well! Nice engineering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ford428CJ View Post
    Those are all great. Sometimes I wish to have another 2 place trailer again. Just because that Big *** 26' enclosed is hard to deal with in remote locations. LOL
    I love my 2 place. The only time I think different is when Im somewhere needing a "mobile workshop", pref. with a lil heat! unfortunatly my lil SUV wouldn't care to much to attemp to haul around 20 some ' of trailer.- all wheel drive dosent do much good when the front wheels are dangling!! I LOVE the idea's of sled decks. alas no bed in the SUV either....why DID I buy that SUV?? LOL
    When the Sierra club told me to "be more green". I thought they meant to buy another Arctic Cat.

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    Default Anyone seen anything like this ramp? Guy was at snow show in Washington?.

    I purchased an Aluminum Tri fold ramp for my trailer to unload my snowmobile my trailer sits about 1 foot off the ground. The problem I have run into is when I back off the trailer or try driving onto the trailer the ladder pieces in between the ramp ladder are snapping off. They are only riveted on. I'm going to replace with bolts any ideas how to make this ramp more solid ( was thinking of 3/4 plywood bolted on it ) This would make it no longer a Tri fold but a solid 1 piece unit. I would really appreciate some ideas on how to fix this problem. The other choice is to buy another trailer with a tilt on it just big bucks that's all has to be 12 feet long.Look forward to your ideas.

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    Default Anyone seen anything like this ramp? Guy was at snow show in Washington?.

    I resolved this issue with plastic ski guides on the ramp and the deck of the trailer works great. Thanks for your suggestions and ideas you offered.

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