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Old 12-22-2011, 02:32 PM
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I built my own deck and use a 6' tri fold ramp with 3' homemade extention... so 9' works (stock F250) but I'll try and find a snowbank or shallow ditch to back into, makes it alot easier.
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Old 12-22-2011, 04:20 PM
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You could always just carry a couple blocks and drive the front tires onto to take a little angle out of the ramp. The biggest obsticle isn't getting up the ramp, it is breaking over the top edge without hanging up on your bulkhead.
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Old 12-22-2011, 07:09 PM
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Here a few of my deck. 777 is right, to fast up the ramp and you could land on your cab or a ski through the back window or both. My headache rack will not let a ski through it. Another thing to look for is how high your deck sits above the tailgate. Mine only clears by about an inch.
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Old 12-22-2011, 07:12 PM
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and a few more...
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Old 12-22-2011, 07:15 PM
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Notice how close the tailgate is when closed...anti-theft
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It has become pretty obvious that a 7'4" ramp is not going to be adequate. Our deck is homemade and works great but we definately have to figure out a better ramp setup. The deck cost $25 bucks to build so I certainly have some waggle room on the cost of a ramp.

Thanks for the pics AR, GL, and M. They are very helpful and certainly will help in design of ramp storage. Hundo long time. Thanks for the input.

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There is a silver Lake deck dealer in Rochester MN. Contacted them via email and will see what we can figure out after the holidays. Leaving for cooke the end of January so have a bit of time to work it all out.....
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I got one of those new RevArc ramps, 90 inches long. And, for a truck bed, or flatbed, they are perfect. I think it would be way too short even or a beaver tail.
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