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RV Lifts of America 2014 model. This a BIG and HEAVY lift! It has an electric winch that lifts the motorcycle into the locking storage position. The reason I selected this model vs. a hydraulic unit was because the hydraulic unit blocked the engine access door on my Class A. Sold the Class A, new owner didn't want this feature. This lift is designed for a full size motorcycle and includes the 'appendage' for a sidecar. Can be modified to haul a trike. All my photos are too large to post so send me your email or phone. I live in the Tampa bay area. Asking $3200. Unit is in very good condition. I leave for Alaska May 1st.
I sold my truck but the buyer did not want the ramps. This pair of 14-foot-long by 19-inches-wide aluminum ramps were purchased from Discount Ramps for about $1100 in spring of 2016. They have been used very little. Included in the purchase will be the hold-down hardware as shown. These brackets and clamps are custom fabricated in stainless steel and aluminum. There are aluminum angle end stops and stainless clamp brackets, along with the padlocked stainless foam-padded clamps you see in the photos. Each piece that bolts to the truck bed is secured by stainless screws (included) that thread into two-hole aluminum nut plates below the deck. The brackets are designed such that the system is theft-proof once the two padlocks are locked. [Note: the cable visible on top of the ramps in the photo is unrelated. Truck and motorcycle not included.] The ramp model number is HD-16838-1500. The weight rating is 1500 lbs per axle. When used side-by-side the total ramp width is 38 inches; this is how I used them for loading my motorcycle. They could also be deployed with an appropriate spacing for loading a Smart Car. Ramps Page I can supply a drawing for locating the holes for fastening the brackets to your truck bed. In the case of my wooden bed, I recessed all the brackets about 1/2-inch deep, by routing pockets in the wood. But you could also surface-mount the brackets and the system would still work fine. I am located in Prescott Valley, Arizona; the ramps must be picked up here as I do not want to ship them. Please PM me for details and more photos if you are interested.