A: Hello Barry, Right now, we only offer these wheels in box of 8. Your demand will lead us to consider the possibility of creating a smaller set. For now, I invite you to contact us by email at email@example.com to see if someone can help you with this unusual request. In the meantime, note that a longer ramp than the one we propose will need support underneath to ensure that it is straight. Thank you for taking the time to write us.
A: Hi! On homedepot.com this guide appears on right-side of page just beside the Product Overview section. Here is the link for your reference: https://images.thdstatic.com/catalog/pdfImages/32/32ca1496-c1e2-4d92-ba5a-00f777845f82.pdf Thanks for asking!
A: Hello, Yes we've seen many customers doing that. Just make sure to have supports underneath the ramp the keep a straight shape all the way. You will also need steel hardware to ensure the sturdiness of the assembly. You can also consider building this ramp using the double rollers model 34111. Thanks for asking!
A: Hello Doug, These wheels are only sold 8/pack. To do the installation that you have in mind, wheels with bearing systems are recommended. If you proceed with this installation, it's really important to install guiding rails for the wheels on the floating dock section. Good luck with your project!
A: they are sturdy units but I feel that the more you have will be beneficial by distributing the weight evenly. The pin that runs through the hub would be the first to fail in salt water conditions, but nothing is for ever. If it were stainless steel throughout ,that would be something! best of luck