Race Ramps Trailer Loading Assist Ramps Review

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Review of the Race Ramps Trailer Loading Assist Ramps


Jake: Hey guys, Jake here with etrailer. Today we're going to be taking a look at the line of race ramps. These ramps are designed to get your car that might have a low clearance up into your trailer. These are going to be different from the other ramps that you might be using, whether it be steel rams or if you're using wooden blocks. These are going to make it easier, so that you don't have to lug those around, or modify the back of your trailer.One of the things I really like about these ramps is they're going to look really stylish, while being very practical. It's going to have a foam construction, so it's going to be very, very light and easy to maneuver in and out of your trailer.

And it's going to have a nice black finish to it that has a little bit of grip, so that your tires don't slip when you're pulling on in wet conditions.One really nice characteristic about these ramps, is that there's going to be different length and height ramps for many different applications. So depending on your application, you're going to need to take a few measurements to be able to figure out which size ramp will be best for you. The longer ramps are going to be for your lower cars, and then your shorter rams are going to be for those cars that just need a little bit of help to not make contact with your ramp. We do have many different sizes here at etrailer.Here's a good example of the problem we want to fix. Now you'll notice here our angle of approach without our ramps is too steep to be able to get our car in.

Without our ramps we would drag our front bumper on our trailer.To get our ramp in place, we want to set them close, and then lower our gate with the extra overhang ramp folded up, you want to set your ramp down inside this groove, and then push your ramp up to the edge of your gate, and then just fold down your last flat. Now we'll go ahead and get our car loaded up into our trailer.It's also going to help with when unloading your vehicle.When you're all finished using them, they're going to be really easy to store. With this nice convenient handle, you can hook it on to any hook that you might have in your trailer. If you want to put them upright, you have that option. We like to store our shear in line with our wheel wells because we're not using that space anyway.The integrated handles are going to be really nice, because these ramps are black, so in the summertime when the sun is hot, the ramps can tend to get a little hot to be able to hold.

So this gives you an option to be able to transport your ramps without burning your hands.The ramps are going to be 14 inches wide, and be able to fit a tire up to 12 inches wide. It's also going to have a 3000 pound weight capacity when paired with two ramps, but you're going to be able to pull a vehicle that weighs 6,000 pounds into a trailer.Well guys, with that being said, that's going to do it for our look at the line of Race Ramp Loading Ramps.


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