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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful.
I use these ramps everyday to park my Truck!
I have a full size truck that would not fit in my garage because of a platform step about 4.5 inches tall. The only way to get the truck to fit is to park the front two tires up on the platform step, which isn't much of a problem for a truck, but it is a bit of a hassle. I bought 2 of these ramps to help ease the truck up the curb and they work great. They are heavy duty and do not move around even though I do not have them bolted to the ground. If it wasn't for these ramps, my truck would be parked outside.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful.
Great value - strong
I bought two of these ramps for our big cross country move. We literally moved tons of books, tools, and household goods over these ramps with no issues. Drove the U-Haul truck over them several times and they worked like a charm.
Note these ramps are quite heavy, but that is a blessing for their function and use. Once I manhandled them into place we had no problem with handcarts or vehicles knocking them out of position, a problem I always encounter with light weight ramps. At the completion of the move I inspected the ramps for possible damage, NONE! I was very pleased with this purchase.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful. See all 43 customer reviews...
EXCELLENT for my needs.
I have a storage shed built on a 4 inch slab. The height of the slab has never been an issue until I bought a riding lawnmower. I went back and forth considering building a wooden ramp, pouring a concrete slab or purchasing these rubber ramps. Well after looking at cost vs time vs tools I had available I decided to give these a shot... Glad I did. These ramps are SOLID, stable and very well made. They each weigh over 30 pounds. The slope of the ramp is perfect for a riding mower. Some of the other ramps are shorter in length and higher therefore the slope is steeper which is what I was trying to avoid. The ramps fit flush against the slab and they do not move when I ride my mower over them. If there is a time when the ramps start to bounce then there are the 2 mounting holes in each ramp to secure them. One negative thing is they stink. I don't mean they have a slight odor, I mean they are an olfactory violation. This was not a huge deal for me because I intended them to be used outside but if you are using them in a garage or in closed doors I would strongly recommend you open them outside and let them air out.