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Question Tri-fold loading ramps

I'm looking to get some aluminum tri-fold loading ramps to put the 700xx in my silverado 1500. I'm committed to a tri-fold because of the ease of setup (predetermined width) and ease of storage - under the xx. Does anyone have any recommendations? I'd like to stay under $150 and get the best quality for the money. It seems that durability / quality is difficult to determine other than load rating since wall thickness and material is rarely discussed. I'm considering these http://www.atvexpress.com/details7_trifold.html or something from discountramps.com such as this http://www.discountramps.com/atv-truck-ramps.htm. Can anyone speak from experience or recommend another site?
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Read this link; https://club700xx.com/vb/showthread.p...ighlight=ramps

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Watch your fingers if you are getting tri-folds, they will get you good if you are not careful.


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Here's another one; https://club700xx.com/vb/showthread.p...ighlight=ramps

Basically both of your links have good ramps and great prices, it all depends on what you actually need and how much $$$ do you want to pay.

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I use just single fold ramp it fits under the monster and don't pinch at least not yet lol.
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I have a 2wd Toyota Tacoma and I purchased a bi-fold ramp from Cabelas, fits under the xx with the tailgate closed. Not sure if it would be a good solution for a Sliverado as you are sitting up a lot higher stock let alone if you have a lift... The best thing was they are great quality and I only paid $79 at Cabelas, 1000 Lb capacity and everyone that has seen them couldn't believe I got them for $79, they all paid $150 + for similar ones.

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I have some tri-fold 6 foot ramps. One the outside rungs I have carpet glued down so I can use them for my snowmobile as well. They work fine for loading into a F150. Just be sure to strap them good when loading. Also, they fit under neath very easily as well.

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This is the one I got. Its even on sale now, so jump on it.
http://www.harborfreight.com/automot...amp-90018.html
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