Lund Truck Ramp Kit Customer Reviews
47 Customer Reviews
Who needs a fancy aluminum loading ramp when you can make your own? Lund understands your thought process, brother, which is why they make the Lund Ramp Kit for ambitious and handy truckers like yourself.
Each Lund Ramp Kit includes the parts you need to build two ramp sections. Just bore a couple of holes in some 2" x 8"s or 2" x 10"s, bolt them to Lund's included hardware, and your ramp is ready to use. The extruded pieces fit just right against your tailgate. Order yours today, and let the loading begin. Wood planks not included.
47 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gerald B (Schaumburg, IL) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger — Jan 28, 2014 6:11 AM
I needed to load my portable generator and lawn mower on my Ranger Truck unassisted. I followed the instructions carefully but please note, Douglas Fir knot free 2x8's are not that easy to find, so I opted for best construction grade I could find. I wanted a safety rail on the outer edges of the boards anyway to guide wheels and fastened metal 2x4's to provide added strength. The ramps worked perfect, but as always make sure you load with all safety rules in mind.
Reviewed by Mario S (MIAMI, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Ranger — Sep 26, 2013 6:03 AM
Excellent product, good, clear instructions on how to assemble ramps and material required. I purchased the Ramp Kit to load a very heavy rolling Tool Box - Everything worked just fine when the instructions are followed, including the type of wood that needs to be used for weight requirements, etc.
Reviewed by Jason C (Memphis, TN) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-150 — Oct 02, 2012 7:07 AM
The kit works fine for my purposes - rolling a push mower onto the back of my truck. However, I think the kit would work best with a smaller / shorter pickup truck. I have a 2005 F-150 that is fairly tall. Per the instructions in the kit, the boards used need to be fairly long (about 10 feet!) and would need additional support to be used for anything really heavy. If I were loading a 4 wheeler or similar, I would spend the extra money for some snappy aluminum ramps.
Reviewed by Anthony S (Alexandria, KY) Reviewed for a 2000 Dodge Ram — Feb 10, 2012 6:20 AM
i bought this because i didn't want to spend 150 bucks on a ramp for my quad. i bought these and some wider pieces of wood and some grip tape and, in my opinion, i have a better, less steep ramp that has more traction and less incline than any 150 dollar ramp. for 50 bucks total. quick shipping also. easy to make. everyone should consider this before buying an expensive "quality" truck ramp
Reviewed by Tom G (Tulsa, OK) Reviewed for a 2006 Nissan Titan — Jan 21, 2012 10:46 AM
After you've priced truck ramps, this ramp kit is a breath of fresh air. I used it to unload a 200lb portable generator from out of my Nissan Titan pickup bed. No problems. Did it by myself. Made it easy. Highly recommeneded? YES