Originally Posted by egladden
Bob I have a question about the ramp door on my 29 hfs they changed out the axles to the 5200 lb axles which has raised the TT so now my Street Glide drags going in. If I block the ramp door up and use a ramp to load will this damage the door?
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Likewise, I have the stronger axles and the lift also effects loading my Thunderbird 1600. I can overcome this by raising the tongue with jack (after remembering to lower the rear stabs) very high; as well as, raising the bikes suspension to the "highest" setting helps.
Several months back I drew this; thought the "riser" would be better on the ramp, since it would be out of the way after loading, but it could be placed in the bay, too.
Would this work?
It needs to be light and has to have rubber or something to keep it from slipping... drilling into the ramp or floor isn't an option for me.
On my old Greywolf, I added 4' wide aluminumm extension from reclaimed diamond tread; to space the ramp up from the ground, I made simple wooden stands about 12" tall, worked well.