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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-01-2016, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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I have a older model of the Rampage Motorcycle lift.
I had it in my Dodge Dakota and my Ford F150.
I have used this to load a Yamaha 950, Vol , Victory XRoads and a HD Road Glide with ease.


It is similar to the below link.

http://www.rampagelift.com/


I am asking $600.00 if your interested.

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Man if you weren't so far away I'd be a buyer.

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I watched the vids ....How does in [un]load ? The cable can't push it out...
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Man if you weren't so far away I'd be a buyer.
Dan, before you give up there's a bunch of freight companies like Yellow freight, FedEx Freight, LTL, that will move a pallet for a couple hundred bucks.....You'll have to pick it up at the local terminal but if the savings is enough...............

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you both could meet halfway in some state
a friend has one and really likes it. Not fast loading but 100% better then him trying to do it

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I watched the vids ....How does in [un]load ? The cable can't push it out...
Mine has a I/4" piece of Teflon? and rollers that makes it slide real easy.

To unload you let out the cable as you pull back on frame.
Once its out about 3 feet the weight takes over.

Has a 10 foot wired remote control.

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I thought it might be "something" like that......pretty slick. Thanks........

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You say it is similar to the link you posted, is it a different brand? If so, what brand? Also, how long is it? Can it be mounted in a 6 1/2 foot bed?
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You say it is similar to the link you posted, is it a different brand? If so, what brand? Also, how long is it? Can it be mounted in a 6 1/2 foot bed?
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There is a metal tag mounted to it:

Jet Trax
Manufactured By;
R.P.M. Sales, Inc.
P.O. Box 2378
Idaho Falls, ID
(208)525-9200

And yes it can be mounted in a 6 1/2 bed, both my trucks were, but tailgate must be left open as the loader is 8 foot long.

It uses a Warn wench as the power source.

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A big hit with the HD crowd I bet!
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