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My ramps are a spare plastic tarp I keep for sliding under the rig . The stones / gravel don't always cooperate like they should , though . Hard surface and grass are OK , but I'd still like to have a bit more room to work .

 

I keep a piece of cardboard large enough to lie on. Does a much better job cushioning the stones/gravel than a plastic tarp. Stores nicely by sliding it on top of everything else in a pass-through compartment.

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I keep a piece of cardboard large enough to lie on. Does a much better job cushioning the stones/gravel than a plastic tarp. Stores nicely by sliding it on top of everything else in a pass-through compartment.

 

I've done that too . It does as you say . Good that I don't have to spend much time under the coach . ;)

 

But , we're kind of hijacking this thread . Sorry TRAILERKING .

 

That Allison build ... impressive . I wouldn't tackle a job that big , anymore .

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