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The original full width Big Boy I three-piece Motorcycle Loading Ramp system, designed for loading motorcycles, cruisers and lowered motorcycles into pickup truck beds or onto trailers. Heavy duty 38" wide all-aluminum ramps for single person loading. Pull in the clutch, grab the brake, and easily walk the motorcycle up or down the loading ramp. Includes (2) 12"W side ramps and (1) 14"W center ramp which lock together with a heavy duty ramp connector rod.
Light-weight, heavy duty T6 aircraft quality aluminum folding motorcycle ramps with a 1,500 lb. distributed weight capacity. Each Big Boy loading ramp system, features 3.5" spaced serrated rungs for optimal traction, an arched design for maximum clearance, and fold in half to 6" thick for storage beside the motorcycle in the pickup or trailer bed. Includes (2) 1,200 lb. working load straps for attaching the motorcycle ramps to a tailgate or trailer to prevent kick-outs during loading and unloading.
ordered these ramps for my husband to load his Harley road king on to the bed of our Ford F350 dually. The ramps are substantial and worked very well. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Carol RN93
Yes, the 120" Big Boy Motorcycle Ramp's more then met my expectation's They are well built ramp's. It is real easy to load my H-D motorcycle onto my pickup truck.Published 1 month ago by David Clapp
Easy assembly and very secure to use. I use this to get my bike out of the basement as that is where I store and garage it. Makes my life so much easier with this nice wide ramp. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leona Leblanc
Works very well, the rubber strips on the tailgate contact point fell off the first time I used it but I'm not sure they are even needed.Published 5 months ago by Dan
I unfolded them and put them on the back of the truck. Then I jumped up and down on them to see if they would flex. The only thing that moved was the shocks under the truck bed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by William Gipson