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"Car Ramp" Maintenance System
“I made a simple service ramp for my Kawasaki Mule utility vehicle out of 2 sets of car ramps with planks bolted on between them,” says Delbert Hayes, Norwalk, Iowa.
  He set the 2 sets of car ramps up to face each other, then welded a short length of 2-in. angle iron onto each ramp and drilled holes into them so he can bolt on the boards. The boards span the distance between the vehicle’s front and rear wheels, which rest on the ramps.
  “I just drive onto the ramps, change the oil, and drive off. The boards can be easily removed while the vehicle is still on the ramps so I have more room to crawl around under the vehicle,” says Hayes.
  “I came up with the idea because there isn’t enough clearance to get under the Mule with a creeper. I also made a system for my Kawasaki 4-wheeler ATV that’s a little shorter.”
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Delbert Hayes, 5930 Hwy. 28, Norwalk, Iowa 50211 (ph 515 981-4911).

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2012 - Volume #36, Issue #4