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Anyone build a sled deck ramp that folded in half that was around 10-12' long? If so how did ya do it? I have a 6" lift in my 2004 2500HD and im in the process of buiding a deck for it and I think the ramp is going to be the kicker.
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do a beaver and an 8' might get it done. if you want a straight deck... no thoughts on it. never built a slider ramp.
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Ya I put a foot beaver on it nothing too servere but it will help. I will see if an eight footer will work. Thanks
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Have a 11ft ramp on my deck. Two sections 8ft + 3ft.
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Did you make it yourself? If so what did you make it out of? Did you have it fold or slide together?
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