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Old 10-12-2008, 05:35 PM   #1
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WTB: Loading Ramp

I need a ramp to load my bikes but don't want to spend 100+. I have a 50cc and can't really load it myself since I put a 2" lift on the truck. Help!
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just make one with a 2x6 and a piece of metal
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I've got a folding ramp for sale that would work great.
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I need a ramp to load my bikes but don't want to spend 100+. I have a 50cc and can't really load it myself since I put a 2" lift on the truck. Help!
Lift the front wheel up on the tailgate (so it's in the 12 o'clock position) Grab the back of the bike and lift it in . A ramp for a 50 is crazy unless the tailgate is even w/your chest .
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Harbor Freight has some starting around $40
https://search.harborfreight.com/cpis...d=loading+ramp
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Lift the front wheel up on the tailgate (so it's in the 12 o'clock position) Grab the back of the bike and lift it in . A ramp for a 50 is crazy unless the tailgate is even w/your chest .
lol, I would if my front break lever didn't brake. First day I took the bike out I was standing over the bike in first gear talking to my uncle, I rolled on with my feet on the ground and somehow it got stuck in wot. bike went out from under me, went up on the back wheel and wouldn't stop. The bike fell and the engine was still revving . I think the only thing that got messed up was the break lever.

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