How much weight can step deck ramps hold?
Product details. The step deck trailer ramp is the most versatile ramp system for loading tractors, loaders, trucks, and heavy equipment onto step deck trailers, loading docks, or flatbed trailers. These high-strength, lightweight aluminum ramps are easy to set up, and have a 23,500 lb. per axle weight capacity.
How long should loading ramps be?
In general, loading ramps will range from 20 ft to 30 ft long, excluding the length of the level platform/level off. This platform can add anywhere from 6 ft to 15 ft, making the total length of a ramp up to 45 ft. The required length of a loading ramp will vary based on the jobs and industry it will be used in.
What size loading ramps do I need?
If you have a standard sized truck, we recommend 8 foot ramps or longer. For trucks lifted up to four inches, the 9.5 foot ramps are better. If you truck is lifted more than four inches, go with the 11 foot ramp set.
What are load levelers?
The load levelers include an offset adjustable stake pocket insert that allows up to ½” of adjustment to ensure they will fit your trailer width. These load levelers can be set up in minutes, and secured to trailer stake pockets with chains and binders!
How do loading ramps work?
Trailer Loading ramps make moving objects to a higher point easier by distributing the weight of the load across a larger area. Furthermore, pushing or pulling an object up a set of ramps requires less work than lifting that same item.
How long do trailer ramps need to be?
Trailer ramp lengths can vary anywhere from 45 inches to 130 inches, however it is ultimately your trailer door measurements and angle of approach that will determine the trailer ramp you need for your vehicle.
How much weight can a utility trailer ramp hold?
The ramps will not slide, scratch, or otherwise damage any floor type and can hold up to 1,500 lbs. per ramp for a total vehicle weight capacity of 6,000 lbs. Both enclosed and open trailers work with our Trailer Ramps.
How much weight can car ramps support?
Most Race Ramps can support 1,500 pounds per ramp, and the weight capacity can be found on the bottom of your ramp. When using your ramps on a hard surface such as cement or asphalt, sweep the area first as rocks and debris can cause the ramps to slide and may cause permanent denting or pitting on the underside.