I have a trailer where the bed is about 2 feet of the ground. It is a car trailer that has 54 inch long ramps, and the ramps are stored in the back of the trailer and are at bed height so when using them there is gap in the floor.
So besides being really carefull to straddle the gap when loading my tractor the ramps are too steep to have my back blade on the 3 point when loading. The back Blade hits the ground before the rear tires are near the ramps, and the top link was adjusted to give me maximum clearance.
What length ramps would I need to be able to load my tractor with back blade, tiller or any other attachment for that matter?
I was thinking about getting a pair that was 96 inches and had a weight capacity of 3000 punds.
Garden Tractor Ramps