Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Susan Easy to use lawnmower ramps
These ramps are easy to use and fairly lightweight.
May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Username1 Useless
Don't waste your money. Ramps do not hold weight they. They bent after the first 10 times I drove my 600 pound lawn mower onto the trailer.
April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by farmgirl95602 These are great
I have a loading area, but it is not squared off like a loading dock. For anything that had to be loaded into my pickup, I would have to find something that would span the gap where the ground tapers off (about 2 feet wide). These will do that and more and be more secure than an 8 or 10 inch board because they are 13 inches wide.
Why I need the loading area is that what I usually load is a riding lawn mower and when it comes to the hump that is made by any ramps and what you are loading to (the apex of the ramps), it high centers on the mowing deck.
Maximum height of vehicle to be loaded 36 inches; this doesn't include any loading area.
They come with straps to secure it to the vehicle that you are going to load.
Although the product says ramp, it comes with 2 ramps for loading ATVs etc.
October 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WeekendPlumber Ramp up for value and savings
I'm very impressed with the Highland Ramparts aluminum 77 inch loading ramps. They are light and very strong, so I have complete confidence they will carry the weight of an ATV or lawn equipment I need to load. The locking groove and pin on each side that allows you to lock them together makes for a much safer load. Highland also supplies two tie down straps with the ramps, which is an added bonus.
November 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lori827 Good Ramps
These ramps are just the right size to load the lawn mower in the back of the truck. They work very well and can load just about any thing into the back of a truck or small trailer. Be sure to watch the load limitations. They are not too heavy, but they are made with quality material. They are easy to use, even I (female) can use them. I recommend this product.
October 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by deide Very good quality and multi purpose
I've used these ramps on my trailer. The rear of the trailer is 16 inches off the ground. It makes an exceptionally easy job of loading my riding mower with a 46 inch mowing deck. It handles the weight with ease and makes loading and unloading a cinch. When not in use, I have them mounted horizontally on the wall in the garage and they serve as shelving for my leaf blower and weed trimmer. The ramps work as an excellent dual purpose. I use the ramps and alternate duty of shelving hand in hand. If I'm using the ramps for the mower, then the items I store on the ramps are coming with me as well and I won't need to use the ramps as shelving. Also, when used as shelving, the spaces in the ramps work exceptional for holding the leaf blower and weed trimmer in place. Even if you wouldn't use the ramps for loading a trailer, they would be some of the best shelving you could have for larger items. Incredible to say the least. When used as ramps, they perform exceptional. A fantastic investment to say the least. Please note: When I use them as shelving, I secure them to the wall brackets as a safety measure. Safety is always the first priority each and every time.
November 11, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by gwhunter0727 Weight rating should be a little lower
The ramps are really nice and light weight. But I'm not sure they can hold 1250 lbs. I loaded my ATV which weighs roughly 1000lbs with me on it about 10 times and the ramps are bent pretty good. There is a small kink trying to grow. For lighter weight projects these ramps would be pretty nice. Makes me nervous to think what an extra 250 lbs. would do.
July 2, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Matthitect Junk
My fourwheeler only weighs 800 pounds and bent these ramps in half, the manufacturer refuses to back their product and refuses to pay for the damages. These ramps are way over rated and not worth their weight in scrap metal!
August 12, 2015