Many discussions on XLR Toyhauler forum about the poor engineering design of these ramp doors. Looks good on paper but fails miserably in the real world. Thin aluminum extrusions (not welded), thin plywood, very thin fiberglass and foam all bonded together with glue that's not up to the task. The slightest moisture gets in it comes apart or was a 1000# motorcycle rolling up the center with less than an 8" tire patch actually considered? The engineer blames it on the guy building the ramps. The real problem is Lippert makes them. Keeping the weight down is important, but this theme can be taken too far. If it was built right it might weigh an extra 100#, then hosing off wouldn't be an issue, nor would it come apart if it got rained on.
Hyper Lite was sold
2017 F-250 4x4 6.2L Gas
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