Looks good . Eric if you decide to run one off your hoist all you need to do is put a diverter valve in the pressure line for the hoist. Then run one line to the valve on your hoist and one line to your trailer for the ramps. There will be a knob on the diverter valve to push or pull to switch from hoist to ramps. If the hoist valve is not plumbed into the tank you could just come off after the hoist valve and the same valve that runs the hoist would work the ramps. Hope you can follow all this.
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