1988 - Volume #12, Issue #4, Page #21[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
New ATV Load Ramp'When we started to use ATV's at the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Department our biggest problem was being able to load and unload them in pickups. We tried other loading ramps on the market but we weren't satisfied. This one works great and it stands up to hard use," says James Dudley, Bennington, Okla., about his new bumper ramp.
Dudley, who's worked for the Fish & Wildlike department for 21 years, says the ramp works for both 3 and 4-wheelers as well as garden tractors, motorcycles, snow-mobiles, and other equipment.
The new ramp fastens to the bumper with two brackets and clamps to the top edge of the tailgate. When the tailgate is closed, the ramp folds up right behind it. When the tailgate is lowered, the two sections of the ramp fold out with it.
The new ramp can be removed in less than a minute by simply pulling 4 pins. When the ramp is left in place, it won't interfere with trailer towing.
Sells for $269 to $298, depending on pickup model.
For more information, contact FARM SHOW Followup, James Dudley, Do-Rider Manufacturing Co., Rt.1, Box 13, Bennington, Okla. 74723 (ph 405 847-2519).
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