Bought a set of your “extenders” at the Dealer Expo...(industry guy, not a dealer)
My truck is the stock height, but since it is a ¾ ton it is a little tough to load bikes.
I used them this week to load a super heavy, pig of a motorcycle and that little difference in the angle of the tailgate made a huge difference in the angle of my ramp.
This cool little invention also reduces the “break over” at the top of the ramp….should make things much better for the guys with low bikes.
Already showed them to a few friends that think they are terrific.
~ Scott H.
Exactly as described, a 30-second installation, why didn't I think of that? (Actually I did, but my solution would have been more complicated--I intended to have longer cables onto which I would have swaged new fittings.) I like the simplicity of your idea.
I look forward to the adjustable cables which your site says are in the future.
While I have quads and dirt bikes, my principal reason for buying your links is for slower, more controlled loading of my long-track mountain snowmobile. The break-over from ramps to tailgate is a problem since so little of the sled track is in contact with the ramps/ tailgate/ truck bed at the point when the sled teeters over from ramp to truck. But of course, you already know that, I guess.
Mackie Enterprises, an Aluminum Ramp Specialist, using Rider Tailgate Lowering Links (FD3) to load a Husqvarna Mower.
Mackie Enterprises using Rider Tailgate Lowering Links to load a Harley.
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