Lund Bi-Fold Loading Ramp Customer Reviews
22 Customer Reviews
Getting ATVs, dirt bikes, rototillers or any other heavy gear into or out of your truck's bed can be a real pain without Lund's Bi-Fold Loading Ramps. Each of the light weight aluminum panels holds an amazing 750 lbs., for a whopping total of 1,500 lbs.
The loading ramps boast an extruded hole surface that provides traction for even the muddiest of all-terrain tires. And, the Bi-Fold's 30" width can handle most wheel sizes. What's more, the loading ramps fold down to a 15" width and come apart for easy storage.
No worries about scratches or dings - your tailgate is safe during loading thanks to the rubber angle protector. Plus, the included nylon safety straps secure your loading ramps to the vehicle to prevent shifting. And, your Lund Bi-Fold Loading Ramps are backed by a 3-year warranty.
Our 20+ Lund Bi-Fold Loading Ramp customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
22 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by RON T (FREDONIA, KS) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado — Dec 02, 2012 8:03 AM
Typically, I would say Lund and the products that I have purchased are of good quality. This ramp is cheap! The welds look like something the local middle school shop teacher let the kids work on. It was still dirty from the welding process. The straps provided to keep the ramp from slipping are worthless. Weight distribution has me terrified! I weigh 200 lbs and walked up the ramps into the back of the truck. They popped, bowed and scared me to death. Do not even consider "capacity"!!!
Reviewed by William J (Depew, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford F-150 — Nov 29, 2010 9:05 PM
Great product. Works well as 2 seperate ramps for a 4 wheeler or lawn tractor as well as a double wide ramp for my snow blower. Awesome aluminum sonstruction and I feel completely comfortable while on it. I weigh 250 to boot... Buy it, you won't regret it!
Reviewed by Scott B (Hagatna, GU) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Apr 28, 2010 5:30 AM
Only complaints are: The strap diagram could be a little clearer. The landing lip is a bit steep. And a couple extra pads for the spot where the ramp can hit the top of the tailgate. It wasn't anything a quick trip to a hardware store couldn't fix.
Reviewed by Michael E (Cheyenne, WY) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Apr 23, 2010 1:45 PM
Easy to assemble, somewhat heavy and difficult to move around and position properly. Many sharp edges - use care when handling or wear gloves. As others have noted, the bottom of the ramp does not lie flush to the ground and so there is a bump to overcome to roll anything up it. It is very sturdy and will probably last many years.
Reviewed by Eric H (Atlantic, IA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Ranger — Jan 23, 2010 1:40 PM
Overall ease of assembly wasn't too bad. A little lubrication helps the rubber "hinges" slip in easier. The straps still have me confused. The diagram in the instruction manual is confusing and not easy to figure out. I still don't think I have the straps installed correctly, but it works for as little as I intend to use the ramps (to load and unload a snowblower from my pickup). The quality of workmanship on the ramps is outstanding. They're not too bulky to carry around, and look nice. A sharper, or more flatly angled end (where they touch the ground) would be helpful, as the little "hump" takes a little extra effort to get over. Other than the complicated straps, this is a good buy. Lund really needs to rethink the strap issue, though.
Reviewed by richard a (Owego, NY) Reviewed for a 1994 Mazda B-Series — Oct 15, 2009 6:44 AM
as stated in previous reviews the instructions could be cleaer on how to insert rubber pieces into ramp ends. but with a little brain power it came to me. these are real nice and i'm glad i got the 77" ones.
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Asked by Parker M
Jan 10, 2013 8:53 AM
Will the 77 inch version fit inside my truck's 6'6" bed? In other words, is the 77 inch measurement only the ramps without the angle protectors, or does that measurement include the length of the angle protectors?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 10, 2013 9:43 AM
Hi Parker, The 77" measurement is the full length of the product assembled.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Alain L.
Jun 07, 2012 11:52 AM
2009 Toyota Tacoma
Hi, Is it possible to load a Triumph Bonneville on a LUND bifold loading ramp 69 inches or 77 inches ? Alain. Toyota Tacoma
Asked by Glen E.
Nov 13, 2010 12:15 PM
2010 Dodge Ram
Is it possible to load a Harley without bottoming out with these kind of short ramps 77in.
Answered by Richard F. — May 31, 2012 9:59 AM
if the pickup sits level, no, but a small dip for the rear wheels or a curb, yes. Outriderflag Accept Answer