Ramps

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  1. Touchwood

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    When I bought my MH part of the comprehensive inventory was a pair of home-made levelling ramps - very substantial, constructed in welded heavy galvanised plate. They do the job, but they're very heavy, and not easy to store, so I thought I'd invest in some lighter ramps.

    I've seen some that look OK, made by "Milenco" - anyone got any other recommendations for me?
     
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    Milenco are good. They make various types, but the triple and quadruple-level ones are popular. We've got a set of the triples and they're not too bulky and not too heavy. Obviously the quads give greater lift, but are quite a bit bigger and heavier. You take your pick as to which will be best for you.

    We certainly have no regrets with ours. :thumb:

    Mike
     
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    Several tips on This Recent Thread, Mike. We used the basic Fiamma yellow ramps with our Autoquest but like the Milenco Quattros now we have a larger van (and room to transport them).
     
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    Quattro ramps ordered from Kenmore - was going to buy the triples from Amazon so glad I sought advice - the quattros definitely a better idea (second time I used my present ramps they were barely enough height) and Kenmore cheaper than Amazon so thanks indeed.
     
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