FORD ATV ramps

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Great to see everyone enjoying their Superdutys! Waiting on my 2021 F350 Lariat (January build). Has anyone been using the storable ATV Ramps from FORD? I ordered them already but wanted some feedback. I use ramps often and am curious about the ease of use and durability.
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i have a pair of folding ramps that are 90 inches long. they worked great for my Raptor but it's a little too steep for my Tremor. i ordered a set of 10 foot folding ramps from titan ramps. i think the ford ramps might only be 88 inches fully extended . you might want to check? i saw a video on you tube to get the measurements.
 
Guess I’ll be in 4wheel low.
 
i have a pair of folding ramps that are 90 inches long. they worked great for my Raptor but it's a little too steep for my Tremor. i ordered a set of 10 foot folding ramps from titan ramps. i think the ford ramps might only be 88 inches fully extended . you might want to check? i saw a video on you tube to get the measurements.

i use 88” currently with my 2019 f250
 
going up the ramps on my 2013 yamaha grizzly 550 i have to lean over the handle bars to keep the front end down & it's even scarier going do backwards ?
 
I have the Ford ramps and while I used them to load my Honda Foreman they were awesome! They extended long enough to feel comfortable even with my 3.5 lifted FX4. The best part of all with them is the way they lock into the plate on tailgate. Nothing will top that reassurance of knowing they won’t spin out from under you while loading. I’ve since switched to a Polaris Ranger so I have a trailer and the Ford ramps are in the garage waiting on a buyer...
 
I have a set and love them. High quality as you’d expect from the dealer. Very secure. I can load my KTM 1290 by myself. Not easy or recommended but I do it. I took them off my 2017 and put them on my 2020 Tremor.
FYI- 1/2 and SuperDuty are different kits, plate for tailgate has different bolt pattern..
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I used to haul my Honda Rancher 4x4 in my 2018 Raptor, but the ramps are too steep now on the Tremor. I think it's time for a trailer, I'm afraid of heights!
 
I have a set and love them. High quality as you’d expect from the dealer. Very secure. I can load my KTM 1290 by myself. Not easy or recommended but I do it. I took them off my 2017 and put them on my 2020 Tremor.
FYI- 1/2 and SuperDuty are different kits, plate for tailgate has different bolt pattern..View attachment 11012
Another part of the KTM crew! does the 1290 not fit in with the bed closed? I haven't put it in my Tremor yet. Also you should really remove your rubber butt flap and DOT not required reflector bracket.
 
i wanted them for my Tremor but there was a note saying they can't be stored in the bedside if you use a hard torneau cover .
 
Another part of the KTM crew! does the 1290 not fit in with the bed closed? I haven't put it in my Tremor yet. Also you should really remove your rubber butt flap and DOT not required reflector bracket.
If I could swing the rear sideways I could close the gate, same as my 450. I have the bed extender though, it works great.
I have a few small mods planned for the 1290, just have too many toys and too may projects. Those pics were from 2018 with my old truck.
 
i wanted them for my Tremor but there was a note saying they can't be stored in the bedside if you use a hard torneau cover .
The ramps will work fine. You probably won't be able to use the ramp storage brackets that clip into the 4 acc points in the bed.
 
i wanted them for my Tremor but there was a note saying they can't be stored in the bedside if you use a hard torneau cover .
You can’t use a bak flip style and I know this from 1st hand experience. The ramps with bed side mounts stick up just enough to prevent a flush mount style but I bet if you shopped around you could find one that would work.
 
don't the ford ramps attach to where the tie down hooks lock in ?
 
You can’t use a bak flip style and I know this from 1st hand experience. The ramps with bed side mounts stick up just enough to prevent a flush mount style but I bet if you shopped around you could find one that would work.
Welp my truck was ordered with the ramps, and I have a Bakflip MX4, so I guess I'll try to find a way to make it work. In all honesty I will seldom use the ramps, at least for now. I just wanted them for future toys / equipment. Maybe I'll just keep them in storage most of the time...
 
Welp my truck was ordered with the ramps, and I have a Bakflip MX4, so I guess I'll try to find a way to make it work. In all honesty I will seldom use the ramps, at least for now. I just wanted them for future toys / equipment. Maybe I'll just keep them in storage most of the time...
The ramps store above the wheel well, the top edges of the stores ramp is like an inch below the bed rail. Worst case is you won’t be able to store them in the rack. No big deal.
 
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The ramps store above the wheel well, the top PDFs of the stores ramp is like an inch below the bed rail. Worst case is you won’t be able to store them in the rack. No big deal.
Yeah, I figure I can just toss them in the bed if necessary. Also, PDFs?
 
That’s exactly what I did. I left ramps in garage but bed side mounts stayed on truck. When I hauled ATV obviously bed cover was open and ramps fit on holders.
 
Pretty neat that they are easily stowable. What did you guys pay for them? MSRP is $706 ?
 
I think I paid in the 600s.
Anyone around Houston area I’ll sell them for $500
 
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