Tailgate Loading Ramp

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My question is specifically oriented to the Ford OEM Stowable Loading Ramps.

Does anyone have them with their Tremor? Or has anyone used them on a previous truck?

Any other recommendations for tailgate loading ramps?

The Ramps would used for my ATV (Polaris Sportsman) when I’m trying to get to less accessible trails without using a trailer.
 

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My question is specifically oriented to the Ford OEM Stowable Loading Ramps.

Does anyone have them with their Tremor? Or has anyone used them on a previous truck?

Any other recommendations for tailgate loading ramps?

The Ramps would used for my ATV (Polaris Sportsman) when I’m trying to get to less accessible trails without using a trailer.
I just use the cheap part source aluminum ramps, but I modified the ends so they sit farther up the tailgate. FYI I don't know which sportsman you've got but my 550 touring's muffler sits under the back deck, with the exhaust pointed down. I had to go aftermarket because whenever the ATV would bounce the exhaust tip would hit the top of the tailgate. It doesn't take too many hits with that sharp lip to start shredding the plastic cap on your tailgate.
 

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I had aluminum ramps for my 2018 Raptor, but they are too small for the higher up Tremor. I need to find some new ones. Tractor supply has some nice folding, 2 pieces but they aren't cheap.
 

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I had been planning on trying the Ford OEM ramps. I like that they retract and take up less space when not being used and slide on with no way of coming off while loading. I wasn't so much trying to use the built in bed storage because I have a Bakflip F1 cover and it seems most of the folding cover rails get in the way. If it works cool, if not I'm not that worried about it. I figured the OEM ramps when extended would be long enough for loading the kids, Polaris RZR 170 (bought used last year for dirt cheap).

 

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I would like to see how ford does their brackets. That you could get something like a bi-fold 9 ft ramp, from almost any place and still be able to mount it up
 
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