QuadBoss UTV Folding Ramps
Backing an ATV down a ramp in reverse is an uneasy feeling. Will the ramps break, causing you to flip over backward with the ATV landing on top of you? Are the ramps wide enough to prevent the tires from slipping off the edge? And who is the greatest actor of all time: Urkel from "Family Matters" or Screech from "Saved by the Bell"? These pressing matters are not the type of thing that you want running through your mind when you're carefully manipulating the clutch, throttle and brake as the rear tires leave your tailgate and roll onto your loading ramp.
Thankfully, I didn't have to worry about such important questions when I had QuadBoss' UTV Folding Ramps under my wheels. These are the stoutest ramps I've ever driven up or down. Made in the USA from billet aluminum and sporting a 0.07 inch wall thickness, these ramps did not flex at all when driving a Polaris RZR or Yamaha Rhino into our pickup's bed. That's saying something, considering the RZR weighs in at around 945 pounds, while the Yamaha is 1049 pounds.
Needless to say, a sport or utility ATV is not a problem for the QuadBoss ramps. In fact, when paired together, you can literally put a ton of weight on the UTV Folding Ramps-thanks to its 2000-pound capacity. Couple that with the generous 18-inch diameter and 88-inch length and you have some nicely welded, seriously heavy-duty ramps. Another appreciated feature is the adjustable security straps that help make sure those ramps stay pressed tight against your tailgate. They're much better than the puny cable or chain that other ramps have.All this peace of mind comes at a price: the QuadBoss UTV Folding Ramps retail for $418 per pair, but at least that includes a 10-year manufacturer's warranty. If you think that's out of line, try driving a side-by-side up a pair of $99 or even $199 ramps, and we think you'll agree that all the flexing going on underneath you will change your mind.
|HARDWARE ||92 |
|Capacity ||20/20 |
|Portability ||17/20 |
|Function ||20/20 |
|Strength ||20/20 |
|Price ||15/20 |
|BOTTOM LINE: Pricey but worth it. |
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