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Old 04-23-2017, 11:30 AM   #1
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Convert ramp to patio?

Our new toy hauler, Vengeance 23FB13 (although the build sheet says "ramp patio prep" - not sure what that means) does not have the cables to convert the ramp to a patio. For those of you that don't have the cables and want to use the ramp as a patio, how do you do it?
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Old 04-24-2017, 04:05 PM   #2
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Our new toy hauler, Vengeance 23FB13 (although the build sheet says "ramp patio prep" - not sure what that means) does not have the cables to convert the ramp to a patio. For those of you that don't have the cables and want to use the ramp as a patio, how do you do it?
Does your ramp have fittings/slots to accept a railing too?
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Old 04-24-2017, 08:36 PM   #3
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Does your ramp have fittings/slots to accept a railing too?
I was checking it out today and it seems that it has the attachments to hold the cables already so I ordered the cables with the fittings from the dealership today.
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Does the tongue get light when 2-3 adults get on the patio ramp? Do rear stabilizer jacks take the load well? I know when loading my toys, the jacks are retracted, and being hitched is the only thing that keeps the nose down, where it should be.
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Does the tongue get light when 2-3 adults get on the patio ramp? Do rear stabilizer jacks take the load well? I know when loading my toys, the jacks are retracted, and being hitched is the only thing that keeps the nose down, where it should be.
Never had an issue with 2 adults, 2 dogs, and two lounge chairs on it. We aren't jumping up and down on it but I think the balance of the trailer outweighs what's on the ramp. This is with the 29HFS
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