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The MAD-RAMPS pivoting & tilting Loading Ramp System allows you to safely load and unload machinery onto your pickup truck bed or flatbed. Comfortably fits UTVs or side by sides. The superior alternative to towing a trailer and using conventional loading ramps. Installation on your truck bed is simple and loading your vehicle is as easy as driving on.
Enter the measurements of your truck bed & ATV/UTV using the Mad-Ramps calculator to see if the Mad-Ramps loading system is the right fit for you. Mad-Ramps are not compatible with Rivian trucks.
Does your ATV/UTV weigh less than 1400 lbs? Anything past 1400 lbs exceeds the weight limit of the Mad-Ramps and will not work. Also, make sure that the weight of your ATV/UTV is within the tongue weight capacity of your truck’s hitch.
Is your ATV/UTV wider than 60”? Most full-size pickups will allow anything less than 60” wide into the bed of the pickup. However, there are additional items that factor into this like tonneau cover rails, side-mounted tool boxes, etc. that can limit your width clearance.
Take a measurement from the front of your ATV/UTV back to the center of the rear wheel. Now measure from the inside front of your truck bed to the furthest point back on the tailgate while the tailgate is down and add 21 inches. If this measurement is equal to or more than the measurement taken from your ATV/UTV then your machine should fit lengthwise.
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The MAD-RAMPS Pivoting Ramp System allows you to safely load, unload, and transport your ATV, UTV, Snowmobile, or Golf Cart. Load your toys easily with a 4 wheeler ramp or snowmobile truck ramp.
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“Love my new Mad Ramps! Well built system. Can easily use on my 2017 Chevrolet Colorado 4×4 with the hard cover still on. Loading and unloading my Yamaha 550 is a cinch and still allowing cargo space towards cab. Goodbye yearly trailer tags and fixing lights! Highly recommend this”Dan D. from Ohio
“I haul my Kawasaki Mule everywhere for rural land sales and there is simply no safer or easier way to put a small UTV in the back of a half ton truck. In the mud or in the dark its the same safe and simple procedure. If you are looking for an alternative to trailering, look no further.”Cody C. from Kansas
“These ramps are great. I have a crew cab Silverado with a small lift. The 4 wheeler loads so much nicer now. And I have room to carry some gear in the bed too. These ramps are so much more convenient than hauling around a trailer everywhere I want to go. I have not had any problems with ground clearance either, whether the 4 wheeler is loaded or the ramps are stowed.”Bob D. from Nebraska