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Reese TowPower Tri-Fold Ramp, 1,600 lb. Total Capacity

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The Reese TowPower Tri-Fold Ramp is perfect for loading Zero Turn Mowers, UTVs and ATVs.

  • (1) 45 in. wide x 69 in. long tri-fold ramps
  • Rustproof aluminum construction
  • 800 lb. distributed load per ramp, 1,600 lb. total capacity
  • Hinged top creates a smooth transition on & off the ramp
  • Extra wide 45 in. surface
  • Wide rungs for smoother loading
  • Folds to 15 in. wide for easy storage

Specification Description
Single Ramp Height: 1-1/2 in.
Single Ramp Weight: 33.8 lb.
Brand: Reese Towpower
Package Quantity: 1
Single Ramp Load Capacity: 800 lb.
Single Ramp Width: 45 in.
Product Type: Ramps
Product Material: Aluminum
Single Ramp Length: 69 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 1127233
Reese TowPower Tri-Fold Ramp, 1,600 lb. Total Capacity is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wouldn’t recommend Bought these for a zero turn lawn mower. They stick up too high and it bent the deck of the mower. Already had two more times I wish I bought the regular 2 separate ramps. Skip these and buy a pair of regular ramps
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So so...... I bought this a while back for loading my Electra Glide in the shed. Elevation about 1.5 feet. The ramp straps hold great, but the top center rung (not the toe plate) bent just a bit the first time. Over time the rung bent a little more each time gradually bending the next rung until the rung weld snapped. The bike runs about 800 lbs loaded and fueled. I have no doubt the ramp will hold the rated load as long as it's distributed across the ramp. I will purchase a replacement, but I'm having some braces fabricated to insert under the rungs that failed the first time. Not really complaining, just a bit disappointed.
Date published: 2018-03-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Gaps on the ramps are to far apart. Trying to load something on these ramps is very difficult.
Date published: 2018-01-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very handy... I must admit that it was bought for my new building until we can build a stationary one. Works great and love the spring lips that go on the truck tailgate or in my case the bldg entry.
Date published: 2018-01-20
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Would this work for loading a snowmobile on a open ended utility trailer?

Asked by: Randman
That would be dependent on the weight of the snowmobile.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-03-12

Your description says that this ramp holds 800 lb. In the store it says it has a 1500 pound capacity. Which is correct?

Asked by: Rroyd
The ramp has a 1600 Lb. total capacity.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2018-04-19

What is the distance between slats. Will my front wheels of my zero turn fall through?

Asked by: MAB1
It is a gap of 4.05".
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-04-15

Will this ramp work for an open utility trailer without a gate? How would this ramp attach to the back of the trailer to be secure when in use?

Asked by: todgre
The weigh load is 1600 lbs
Answered by: Gano
Date published: 2018-02-22

I have a 3 wheel electric scooter, the tires are only 9in on the front and 10 in. on the back. Are the spaces between the rungs close enough together they would not fall through, or would the tires get stuck between the rungs?

Asked by: Dave from Iowa
The rungs are 4.05 “ apart those 9” tires might get stuck. I do not think anything would fall through , but probably not the right ramp for this application.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-02-22

Does this ramp come with adjustable straps to secure it to the truck?

Asked by: Dascon
Yes, our ramps come with an adjustable cambuckle to attache the ramp to the vehicle.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-03-12

I have a riding lawn mower.(no zero turn) A F-150 truck. Is this ramp have enough arch incase I bottom out getting to the top of the truck bed?

Asked by: EJD33
You SHOULD have no problems. It is hard to say for sure without knowing the exact specs of the mower and height of the truck.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-02-22

Is this suitable for power wheelchairs? (Some chairs alone are near 500 lbs, then add on adult weight). Is the ramp all flat or do those middle lanes have "walls?"

Asked by: ToolieBoBoolie
It depends upon the capability of the wheelchair and tire size.The weight capacity for this ramp is 1,500lbs. The full width is 45". The ramp is mostly flat; the middle rails are raised slightly and have protruding hinges.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2016-09-04
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