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Black Ice 6.5' Tri-Fold Snowmobile Ramp (w/Extension)

Black Ice 6.5' Tri-Fold Snowmobile Ramp (w/Extension)

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Give yourself plenty of width and a gentle climb into the bed of your truck or trailer with this tri-fold snowmobile and ATV ramp. Wide-spaced center rungs offer superb traction for snowmobiles of all sizes, while solid side runners support even your heftiest ATV.


Folds for easy transport and storage in your truck bed or garage

From 54 inches wide to a folded width of 17.5 inches, this ramp stores compactly in pickup beds or trailers when it’s not in use.

Hook-under extension grips track for easier loading

The rust-resistant, compact, and lightweight extension easily hooks under the 1st rung of the center section of the ramp system. Great for situations where it might be hard for the track to grip as the sled starts to climb the ramp, it makes loading that much easier.

Why you'll love it!
Ramp with Extension
11' 5"
1,500 lbs.
49 lbs.
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Manufactured from high-strength, lightweight aluminum, this ramp’s outer panels feature polyethylene guides for low-resistance loading with any type of carbide or wheel tread. Includes a lay-flat extension (5' 1.5" L x 17.5"L) with no-resistance attaching points for loading snowmobiles.

Unfold this low-profile tri-fold 17.5" wide ramp into one that spans 6' 5" long by 54" wide and offers a 1,500 lb. weight capacity - perfect for your biggest toys. It features rubber-coated attaching points and two cam buckle straps for added security, for a safe and stable load.

The ramp extension is rated for 800 pounds only when used as intended – lying flat on the ground. To use this ramp with one end raised off the ground could result in damage or injury, and will void the one-year warranty.

We stand by our Products! All Black Widow purchases are backed by a 1 year warranty and are guaranteed to be free of defects at time of purchase.

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