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Re: 2x12 Load Ramps?? [Re: Reloder28] #7782551 03/23/20 05:53 PM
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We had a guy put the front bumper of his ATV through his rear window. He had a 4-5 hour drive home with temps in the 30s. I loaded my Polaris into my F150 SC 4x4 a couple of times. I said the heck with this nonsense and bought a small trailer. One problem with hauling an ATV in the bed is I need my bed space.


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Re: 2x12 Load Ramps?? [Re: hunting.nut] #7784299 03/25/20 01:46 AM
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Originally Posted by hunting.nut
I have these and have a Honda pioneer. These are pricey but are light weight, strong and easy to store and handle.
https://longramps.com/collections/atv-sxs-ramps/products/9-5-atv-utv-ramp-set


Do they really weigh 40 lbs each?!

Re: 2x12 Load Ramps?? [Re: Reloder28] #7788165 03/28/20 07:21 PM
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I have these and have a Honda pioneer. These are pricey but are light weight, strong and easy to store and handle.
https://longramps.com/collections/atv-sxs-ramps/products/9-5-atv-utv-ramp-set


Do they really weigh 40 lbs each?!


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Re: 2x12 Load Ramps?? [Re: Reloder28] #7790219 03/30/20 05:31 PM
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If you insist on wood you will need to find oak as someone else mentioned or some SYP No.1 dense. The only place i know to get it is a truss company or a specialty lumber place. Then you probably need 2x10's and depending on length you will have to double. If they are 2x10s doubled in SYP #1D i hope you have plenty of wheaties.


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