There are two sizes
Ramp Hanger Keeper Long for double ramp hangers holding ramps with 6″ tubes
Ramp Hanger Keeper Short for single ramp hangers and stand hangers
These keepers will also accommodate padlocks in place of the Lynch Pin Keeper
Heavy Duty Ramp Set comes with;
- 4 of 8 Feet Ramps
- 2 of Hanging Support Stands
- 4 of Double Ramp Hangers
- 2 of Stand Hangers
- 4 of Skid Seats
- 4 of Stakes (Can use ramps as levelers)
- 6 of Lumber Clips (Can use ramps as levelers)
- Complete Bolt Kit Special for Your Trailer
5 Capacities: 32,000; 23,500; and 20,000, 15,000 and 10,000 lbs.maximum per axle.
32,000 lb. max per axle ramp in 18″ and 20″ widths
23,500 lb. max per axle ramps in 18″, 19″, and 20″ widths.
20,000 and 10,000 lb. max per axle ramp in 16″ width
15,000 lb. max per axle ramp in 18″ & 20″ width
All ramps are 8 feet in length
All ramps have pin ends for secure connection to the trailer (requires Skid Seat) and stands
20,000 & 32,000 lb. max per axle rated ramps are 6 inches thick, others are just 5″ thick
Converts to a Leveler with the use of optional stakes
Three lumber clips per ramp required when used as load levelers.
May be hung from beneath your trailer for easy transport using optional hanging system
Carries ramps beneath the trailer
Available in both Single and Double hangers
Order as a pair, left and right for both the single and double ramp hanger
There must be, at a minimum, 99″ of clear space to mount hangers
Ramp Hangers are complete with Keepers and Pins
Adjusts from 18″ tall to 24″ tall.
Works with all Load Leveler ramps
May be hung beneath trailer with optional hangers
All ramps pin to stands for secure connection
All stands come complete with Base, Upper Section, all Pins and Keepers
Holds ramps upright for use as levelers (1 pair required per ramp, 1 left (shown) & 1 right
Use chain binder with up to 3/8 chain to securely fasten stakes to trailers stake pockets
Eight heights available to accomodate different trailer drops; 16″, 18″, 19″, 20″, 21″, 22″, 24″, and 26″
Getting the correct stakes is important. When using spacers, stake height = ramp width + spacer height used.
Some trailers have a narrow pocket. Measure stake pocket to be sure to get correctly sized stake inserts.
Stake inserts are designed to be reversed to allow for up to a 1″ difference in trailer rub rail widths