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post #41 of 160 Old 01-14-2013, 11:17 AM
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Feel solid. Got no complaints. use a ditch or curb to lessen the grade ya gotta drive up. Used them several times now.
I have a 3-piece set of those ramps as well, they work great.
Throw a quick pull strap on each of the three pieces, to the bumper, and then one to loop them together, left to right, it's SOLID!


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It is three ramps. U can put both ur feet down while riding up. Loaded my bike in and out by myself. Yes a trailer would be easier. Cost more tho. Plus harder to park.
I have double axle trailer with 16 feet long bed. As for parking ,not problem at all. I am semi-truck driver,I park 72 feet long tractor-trailer in reverse every day, probably at least 4 times a day!

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$2,280. Google Kendon Trailers, www.kendonusa.com. It stands up on end for easy storage in the garage.
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What 2300 bucks for that? Now that's a lot of money for that one! I will buy small one from Harbor freight tools and instal chocks and straps!
I am planning to sell my big trailer at spring!

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