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Old 03-15-2022, 08:35 PM   #1
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Homemade Leveling Ramp

I read a thread and the person had made a set of Leveling Ramps for a Class C. I would like to make some if you can Re-post Please!
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Old 03-16-2022, 05:27 AM   #2
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Homemade ramps would most likely be built out of 2 x 6 lumber sandwiched together. Each level would need to long enough for your tire to rest on completely. Guessing 6”. 3 levels the bottom piece would be 18” long give or take and 4.5” tall. Maybe add 1.5” per level for a mitre cut ramp. I don’t know about your storage situation but in my Melbourne there is not much left, space wise or weight. My legos in storage take up about the same space as 2 homemade ramps but at a fraction of the weight. I store 20 legos and that gets me enough for the 2 fronts and 2 tires on one side in the rear in most cases.
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I made mine out of pressure treated wood. Pick your wood width, I think mine are made of 2x6 material. Mine are probably about 14" long. I cut a 45 degree taper on each end. On slippery surfaces, the taper helps the block from being pushed.

Size really does not matter, its about what works for you.

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