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Old 07-29-2008, 10:07 AM   #15
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Yeah! I use 5" x 8" x 4'lg treated timbers with a welded reedbars (4 bars eq. sp'd) holding them tightly. Thats 4 wide in the rear, and yes you only slide them as there're heavy. Sure makes it nice to get under to grease thing and take photos of the underside. I take them to remind myself that everything hasn't moved. Iwould insist on welded them tightly rather than bolting. That way even if it does split its not going to pin you.

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Old 07-29-2008, 07:04 PM   #16
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Thank you for the confirmation on the ramps. I purchased the 4 x 12" wood today, and tomorrow my friend and I will cut the 3/4" plywood to lay over those, then screw that down. I have two 30" peices for working on it at home, and will carry 2 18" pieces for leveling and emergency lifting as needed on the road. Already have chocks for one wheel, suppose I should get trucker ones as there is a lot of weight. Thank you again.

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