A "landscape style ramp" is kind of vague but the ones I usually see look too light for a full size tractor in my opinion. Here is my story:
I had a trailer built several years ago with two regular spring loaded ramps. I had a third ramp added and fixed them so they all stood up and didn't use up space on the beaver tail. This worked OK but I got tired of lifting and lowering ramps as well as shoving them back and forth adjusting the width for different tractors and etc. So, I welded in a center section between the two out side ramps and made them one full width ramp. I then hooked up a small hydraulic pump and cylinder to raise and lower it. It is safer as I don't have to worry about lining up the wheels with a ramp and my back really appreciates not having to wrestle these things. I have used this set up for two years now and it works like a champ.
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