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Not wanting to spend a couple of hundred dollars on a pair of quality ramps, I’ve been using 2x10s. What a pain……… slippery and narrow. The refrigeration guys were refurbishing the milk cooler at the local convenience store this morning. The existing shelves were sway backed and cracked (I guess they were holding heavy cream ;)). Anyway, I grabbed a pair from the trash. Took the sway out on my welding table, welded the cracks, and installed strong backs. They work great, and best of all……… they were free. [img]/club2/attach/dutch/ramp1.jpg[/img] [img]/club2/attach/dutch/ramp2.jpg[/img]

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Thanks Herb! I bought two of those things at the local auction house last fall for five or six bucks because I thought they would make good ramps but never had a clue what they were! Just proves everything has at least two lives. Larry

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Great Idea Dutch! Now only if I could find some shelves like that. It looks like RBT fits right in your Dodge Van. Everytime I tried to load a Garden Tractor in a Dodge, The mower deck would rub against the back doors as you pushed it in.8D

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