Snowmobile Ramp For Truck

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Just purchased and did a review on the Caliber Ramp Pro 2.0. You can see the review here:
Best Ramp I've used and best way I have ever loaded my truck. No more lifting and backing into snow banks. Game changer.

Here is the web link for safe and secure ordering: https://www.gobigparts.com/caliber-ramp-pro-2-0-13527.html



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Thats a great ramp. Almost got this one when i was looking at the end of last season. Ended up getting the RevArc, but if i had it to do over again, would have liked the one you reviewed, since it is designed to work with the ATVs much better. Price point was about the same, with RevArc being a little less, as i recall.
 

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Thats a great ramp. Almost got this one when i was looking at the end of last season. Ended up getting the RevArc, but if i had it to do over again, would have liked the one you reviewed, since it is designed to work with the ATVs much better. Price point was about the same, with RevArc being a little less, as i recall.
Thanks for the feedback. I really like the ramp.
 

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The Revarc foldout traction ramp is really nice. No running start needed. Sled can pull itself right in, and out.
 

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The Revarc foldout traction ramp is really nice. No running start needed. Sled can pull itself right in, and out.
Looks user friendly as well. I like how sturdy the Ramp Pro feels and the build quality. I basically walked right up the ramp at a slow speed. They also make a traction ladder for if your loading on slippery snow or ice. Caliber just makes a such a wide range of nice trailer powersport hauling related products.
 

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I have one and use it from my dirt bike too. I like I can walk up the ski track and not get a leg stuck when loading the bike.
 

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Very nice. I would want a ramp which I can store in my 6.5’ truck bed and be able to close the tail gate as well as close the tonneau cover.
 
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Had a rev arc and it was a **** show with a 175. 163 was better but still not great and no problem with shorter sleds. Maybe fine with a short truck, I have 34" tires with no lift but truck sits up pretty high.
For reference I have no issues with a sled deck and longer ramp now.
 

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The arch on the RevArc and traction piece make the ramp. Love watching people spin out trying to go slow up a ramp without them :) Especially when it's icy...
 

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Couple questions for you...
What’s the measurement from the ground to the tailgate in that video?
What’s the width of the ramp when it’s open? (Unfolded)

Thanks!
I will have to measure tailgate height. I do now my driveway has an include and front tires were down on gravel part so tailgate was higher than front of truck.

Ramp width is 52".


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it would be nice if they made a skinnier ramp for mountain sleds. I have the caliber, but its too wide for the narrow ski stance mountain sleds.
that seems to be the main difference on the 2.0, allowing narrower sleds to fit on the ramp.
I also have the original, and had to look what was different now. Seems like caliber made the ski guides wider, coming closer to the middle to accommodate narrower ski stance sleds.
 

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yes it works, but if it was narrower imagine how much lighter and easier to load the ramp on and in the truck if it was set up for just mountain sleds, not one size fits all.
How narrow are you thinking? It's probably less than a 5lb weight savings to make it narrower...
 

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How narrow are you thinking? It's probably less than a 5lb weight savings to make it narrower...
Yeah, you really wouldn't want it any narrower because then it limits it's uses. Right now I can use for a mountain sleds, trail sled, vintage sled and an ATV.

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