Moped loading system

vwalan

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i just use a piece of 4x2 timber . been using mine for 17 yrs now .
surely you must know someone on a building site that can pick a bit up for nought
 
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suavecarve

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Another vote for the Ally folding thing. Get a couple of bits of foam to prevent scratching the dearly beloved (van, not wife when she is putting it in there for you). The link first provided is a reasonable price
 
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i just use a piece of 4x2 timber . been using mine for 17 yrs now .
A single length of anything (timber or aluminium) usually means its length is limited to the width of the mh. A folding ramp can be a bit longer, and still fit in the garage OK. If the bike is a bit heavy and the floor is high (or the ground slopes the wrong way) then the folding ramp is better because it's not as steep.

I have the same one as @funflair and it's fine.
 
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A single length of anything (timber or aluminium) usually means its length is limited to the width of the mh. A folding ramp can be a bit longer, and still fit in the garage OK. If the bike is a bit heavy and the floor is high (or the ground slopes the wrong way) then the folding ramp is better because it's not as steep.

I have the same one as @funflair and it's fine.
And the aluminium on has a bit of a hump to lift the back wheel and stop the belly pan bottoming when the slope is steep.

Martin
 
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vwalan

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A single length of anything (timber or aluminium) usually means its length is limited to the width of the mh. A folding ramp can be a bit longer, and still fit in the garage OK. If the bike is a bit heavy and the floor is high (or the ground slopes the wrong way) then the folding ramp is better because it's not as steep.

I have the same one as @funflair and it's fine.
the ground slopes the wrong way you turn the vehicle round and then its really easy.
been putting bikes into the back of my trailer for years ,i,m sure its higher than most m,home garages . i do have an ally ramp here at home but decided the wood works . but every one to their own thoughts .
i just park in ideal places to unload.

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