When you’re ready to take your snowmobile out for a ride, whether it’s for work or play, you don’t want to be held back by the struggle of loading your snowmobile into the back of your truck or the time-consuming hassle of hooking up the trailer. With the MAD-RAMPS Snowmobile Kit, you can eliminate the dangers of traditional ramps and sled decks and instead have a quick and convenient way to transport your snowmobile.
two people riding snowmobiles
When you’re ready to take your snowmobile out for a ride, whether it’s for work or play, you don’t want to be held back by the struggle of loading your snowmobile into the back of your truck or the time-consuming hassle of hooking up the trailer. With the MAD-RAMPS Snowmobile Kit, you can eliminate the dangers of traditional ramps and sled decks and instead have a quick and convenient way to transport your snowmobile.

Why is MAD-RAMPS The Fastest Snowmobile Ramp?

COMPAREATV/UTV TrailersMAD-RAMPS
Licensing, registration, & insuranceYESNO
Ongoing maintenanceYESNO
Parking & storageYESNO
Terrain limitationsYESNO

Traditional Snowmobile Ramps Don’t Cut It

Traditional snowmobile ramps are big, often have multiple large pieces, and can be difficult to get set up on your own in a short amount of time. Most traditional ramps have separate sections for the track and the skis. If these aren’t lined up properly, you risk a slip and fall, resulting in a painful and expensive accident. When you are confident you have the ramp set into place, it must be secured using a ratchet strap or chain to connect it to the truck; otherwise, the ramp could shift during loading, creating another potentially hazardous situation. Once you manage to get your snowmobile loaded, you must make sure there is room to load the long, heavy ramps into the bed of the truck, leaving little to no room for any other gear you may need to bring along.

Don’t Try This At Home

Not all ramps are created equal. This might sound like an obvious statement, but attempting to use the wrong kind of ramp to load your snowmobile can end in disaster. Ramps that you might use to load up an ATV are neither sufficient nor safe to use for a snowmobile. There are so many ways that loading a snowmobile can go wrong if you attempt to use a DIY solution. For years, snowmobile users have taken it upon themselves to try and lift the massive piece of equipment into the bed of a truck resulting in physical harm or build rickety ramps that end in either damage to the truck, the snowmobile, or both. Some have even been clever (and desperate) enough to build a makeshift ramp out of snow, which just sounds like it could spell disaster in more ways than one. Don’t let this be you.

Superior Snowmobile Transportation

The patented MAD-RAMPS Snowmobile Kit is the fastest ramp on the market to load and unload your snowmobile directly into the bed of your truck. It is an add-on to the MAD-RAMPS Pivoting Ramp System that gives users a third center ramp with an adjustable pedestal for the snowmobile track. This ramp system is easy to install and even easier to use when loading and unloading your snowmobile. The kit comes with custom plastic inserts for the outer ramps to prevent damage to the ramps and allowing the snowmobile skis to easily glide up the ramps, along with bed guards to protect the bed of your truck. Not only is it great for snowmobiles, but you can quickly and easily remove the center ramp for use with ATVs and UTVs, so there is no need for two separate ramps.

Traditional Snowmobile Ramps Don’t Cut It

Traditional snowmobile ramps are big, often have multiple large pieces, and can be difficult to get set up on your own in a short amount of time. Most traditional ramps have separate sections for the track and the skis. If these aren’t lined up properly, you risk a slip and fall, resulting in a painful and expensive accident. When you are confident you have the ramp set into place, it must be secured using a ratchet strap or chain to connect it to the truck; otherwise, the ramp could shift during loading, creating another potentially hazardous situation. Once you manage to get your snowmobile loaded, you must make sure there is room to load the long, heavy ramps into the bed of the truck, leaving little to no room for any other gear you may need to bring along.

COMPAREATV/UTV TrailersMAD-RAMPS
Licensing, registration, & insuranceYESNO
Ongoing maintenanceYESNO
Parking & storageYESNO
Terrain limitationsYESNO

Don’t Try This At Home

Not all ramps are created equal. This might sound like an obvious statement, but attempting to use the wrong kind of ramp to load your snowmobile can end in disaster. Ramps that you might use to load up an ATV are neither sufficient nor safe to use for a snowmobile. There are so many ways that loading a snowmobile can go wrong if you attempt to use a DIY solution. For years, snowmobile users have taken it upon themselves to try and lift the massive piece of equipment into the bed of a truck resulting in physical harm or build rickety ramps that end in either damage to the truck, the snowmobile, or both. Some have even been clever (and desperate) enough to build a makeshift ramp out of snow, which just sounds like it could spell disaster in more ways than one. Don’t let this be you.

Superior Snowmobile Transportation

The patented MAD-RAMPS Snowmobile Kit is the fastest ramp on the market to load and unload your snowmobile directly into the bed of your truck. It is an add-on to the MAD-RAMPS Pivoting Ramp System that gives users a third center ramp with an adjustable pedestal for the snowmobile track. This ramp system is easy to install and even easier to use when loading and unloading your snowmobile. The kit comes with custom plastic inserts for the outer ramps to prevent damage to the ramps and allowing the snowmobile skis to easily glide up the ramps, along with bed guards to protect the bed of your truck. Not only is it great for snowmobiles, but you can quickly and easily remove the center ramp for use with ATVs and UTVs, so there is no need for two separate ramps.

man on a snowmobile

Experience the MAD-RAMPS Difference

If you’re ready to transport your snowmobile quicker and easier than ever, consider investing in the MAD-RAMPS Snowmobile Loading Ramp today.

man on a snowmobile

Experience the MAD-RAMPS Difference

If you’re ready to transport your snowmobile quicker and easier than ever, consider investing in the MAD-RAMPS Snowmobile Loading Ramp today.

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