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ben brown

04-23-2012 19:18:26

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been lot talk about ramps and wench mounting so though i shares pic of the ramps that came on my trailer it a 1995 model earlish made in mt pleasant tex, i believe they went out of business in 96. also i mounted this wench 15,000 pound warn wench.

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Shetland Sheepdog

04-24-2012 06:04:14

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 Re: ramps wench in reply to Fullthrottle, 04-23-2012 19:18:26  
LOL, was gonna mention something about mounting, but figgered it'd git skilleted!

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04-26-2012 20:08:06

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 Re: ramps wench in reply to Shetland Sheepdog, 04-24-2012 06:04:14  
I may be all wrong, but when you put a load on the trailer with only one piviot point on the ramps don't they get a little tight to the ground when the load drops the trailer down.

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04-27-2012 04:21:24

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 Re: ramps wench in reply to S2710, 04-26-2012 20:08:06  
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You are correct that you can get into a situation where the ramps can be very difficult to lift. They are designed to come back off the ground as the load moves towards the front of the trailer, but, on uneven ground I have had to pull ahead a little once or twice to unload the ramps so that I could lift them.

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04-24-2012 04:31:18

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 Re: ramps wench in reply to ben brown, 04-23-2012 19:18:26  
Rugged looking set-up including the winch. But where is the wench? Is she camera shy?

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ben brown

04-23-2012 19:21:44

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 Re: ramps wench in reply to ben brown, 04-23-2012 19:18:26  
if you notice the ramps go back under the dove tail to support trailer when loading one more pic of wench

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