ALL PRICES SHOWN ARE FOR FACTORY PICK UP
2395.00 + Freight
The Cruiser Ramp Pick-Up Loader was designed to be a cost effective way to load and transport a full size motorcycle in the bed of a pickup truck. The Cruiser Ramp system will accommodate all full size pickups, including the Toyota Tundra 6'-6" bed. The pickup loader eliminates the use of boards, and backing the vehicle into a ditch to load the motorcycle. Simply drive the motorcycles front wheel into the locking wheel chock on the system platform assembly, tie the front wheel down at the axle position using the supplied ratchet tie-down straps, activate the hand held remote switch and the motorcycle is pulled into the pickup bed. The motorcycle pickup loader is powered by a 3000 pound capacity electric winch with 3/16" wire rope heavy duty cable.
The Cruiser Ramp system will accommodate the standard 5'-6", 6'-6", and 8' bed lengths with 42" clearance between the wheel wells which includes step side model pickups as well as the Chevrolet Avalanche and like vehicles. The pickup loader allows for the tailgate of the pickup to be closed with the motorcycle removed on the 5'-6" and 6'-6" models. The tailgate may also be closed with the 8' bed model with the motorcycle loaded or removed from the bed.
The motorcycle may be loaded into a 8' bed with or without the tailgate attached. The motorcycle pickup loader is easy to install and dismantle. The The Cruiser Ramp mechanism removes the motorcycle from the bed without having to pull the motorcycle out by hand. This is done without using multiple winches and complicated electronic switching.
The loading ramps store within their own holders along the side of the pickup bed. The holders just drop into the stake bed holes within the pickup bed rail. They may be trimmed in order to lower the ramps as far as possible within the bed.
NOTE: The CruiserRamp system cannot be used with the full size 2008 Ford pickup with the new tailgate design with step and flip up stabilizing handle. If using the 8 foot bed with this tailgate, the tailgate must be removed in order for the system to function properly.