Insta-Ramp Steel Ramp Kit - 8in., Tops & Feet, Model# RAMP1K
About as straightforward a product as one can get. worked perfectly and now I can load my lawn tractor into my utility trailer without a problem. Even used them to roll VERY large oversize tires and wheels onto the trailer without breaking my back!
February 4, 2014
Have been using for over a year now and they have done the job. Attached to 6' 2x8's to load riding mower and zero turn mower on a 16' trailer. Also have used to load various wheeled devices onto a pickup. Works great!
February 4, 2014
Loading is EASY with these
As "kendee" says, moving the snowblower this winter was a breeze with these ramps. I was concerned about them slipping off the truck tailgate, but the combination of the rubber feet and the rubber on the bottom of the tops made the ramps very secure. Used to load all kinds of lawn and garden equipment, like a DR Mower and DR powered garden cart, with ease. I used 6ft pressure treated 2"x 8" boards to make the ramps. They work in medium p/u's, large p/u's and full size vans with no problems.
October 17, 2011
Insta-Ramp Steel Ramp Kit
We experienced heavy snowfalls this winter in New England and I do not own a snowblower. My Dad does own a snowblower but it's extremely heavy and dangerous to lift onto my pickup truck. The "Insta-Ramp" Steel Ramp Kit went together quickly and easily and I now have safe and secure method for loading and unloading heavy power equipment onto my pickup truck. I should have bought these sooner!!!
March 14, 2011
This is the best most economical way to make ramps. Just add wood the length you need. Short or long doesn't matter and bingo you have what it takes to get into you trailer or pickup.
September 13, 2010
work great would recomend to any one. I load snowblowers and other small equipment on my truck with ease.
November 22, 2008
These were easy to install and work well as expected. Choose a wood with no knots in the grain, very important for safe use.
The rubber ends are critical for less movement when loading.
August 16, 2008
Easy Easy Easy
I have used these to load small (210) John Deere Tractors on to the bed of a pickup truck. Sturdy as a rock going up. I was using a pair of 2x8 planks but learned not to do that when one kicked out and the next thing I saw was the sky looking up from my back. Puchased one 2"x12"x16' cut in half and added these ends. Took no more than ten minutes to assemble the whole thing.
January 21, 2008
everything i thought it would be...works like a charm
January 17, 2008
Insta-RampT Steel Ramp Kit — 8in.
In the past I've used everything from old lumber to plywood to an old door for ramping things into the trailer.
this kit and 20 minutes provided me with the best set of ramps I've ever had. I've had to 'retrieve' them twice from neighbors who've 'forgotten' to return them when they returned my trailer.
They are very sturdy and well made and darn near impossible to destroy
I've used them for lawn mowers, refridgerators, furniture and even a small safe. Sure beats an old door.
October 8, 2007