I do a few different things. When I am using a farm truck (a ranger or s10 usually around home), I just wheelie into the back of it and pick the rear up and pop a nut while doing it. When I have my truck, I use a set of trifold stands that the two outside rungs are covered with a carpet material that I put on there for my snowmobiles to go up so the skis wouldn't hit. But I am lifting my truck soon, so I am going to what I did w/ my old truck. Get two hard wood planks (2x12's) prolly 10 footers, cut them in half, and then use a couple of hinges w/ dome bolts (don't know the exact name but they kind have a mushroom head on one side) that way I can have them go all the way thru, and then just take a strong rod (rebar-whatever is strong and handy), and use a 2-3 foot piece of that on the bottom side for support, so the hinges will be on top. Worked b4 like a champ, and this time I should have a bit better handle on what i'm doing. I also have a tool box in the back of the truck so I don't mess up my cab or back window. And I am doing extra long ramps this time so that I can load my bikes up easier with out the undercarriage hitting b/c of the angle.
2008 700xx; Power Bomb header with power core 4 exhaust, Power Programmer III, pro armor nerfs, prm products control front and rear bumpers and full skid, 10" ITP rears, ITP Baja's fronts, RZR 2's all the way around, Uni filter, 13t sprocket, CCP steering Damper, DS450 shock swap, Dual Gasser Throttle, bar risers and Moose barkBusters. 730XX kit plus other engine mods!