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Old 05-05-2016, 10:54 PM   #1
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LoadAll truck ramp system

I had initially planned on installing a Hydralift on the back of the coach for our Harley, but we plan on leaving the motorhome in CA in the summer months. This arrangement would require us to split up to drive the truck and bike separately back home to MN. I looked at various truck ramps, as well as the many YouTube videos of ramp failures, and decided against a ramp. Lifts were nice, but I worried about leaving it in the bed all the time and the amount of space it would take up. Winch systems would get rusty cables, and hydraulic systems seemed heavy and complex. And they were expensive.

I found the LoadAll ramp system while browsing for ramps, and was very impressed. The rear portion extends over the tailgate eliminating any weight on the tailgate and its tendency to bend under the rear wheel of a heavy bike. The ramps are curved to reduce the breakover angle, and the entire ramp collapses into itself so you can fully close the tailgate when not carrying a bike. And that's with a short box 5.5 footer.

I searched this forum but didn't see any mention of LoadAll. Has anyone used one of these?

https://loadall.com/products/v3-shor...iant=920370115
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