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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    make sure you have one with a good solid ramp Abby.
    So your brother can get some air when he loads the 4-wheeler
    You know it! Probably still telling stories about the last time he loaded it, can't make it so steep next time.....lol
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    Has a ramp where you can drive your 4-wheeler on top. It was built this way. You can see the connections on the top back where the ramp connects. Tandem axils for safety. High pressure water pump to clean the kennels.
    It was impossible, so it took a little longer to accomplish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtrainer4God View Post
    ...... Probably still telling stories about the last time he loaded it.....lol
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    Has a ramp where you can drive your 4-wheeler on top. It was built this way........
    Oh THIS is what you need!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by junbe View Post
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    Has a ramp where you can drive your 4-wheeler on top. It was built this way. You can see the connections on the top back where the ramp connects. Tandem axils for safety. High pressure water pump to clean the kennels.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    Oh THIS is what you need!!!
    Thanks Ken, this IS awesome, completely guessed it right! can you point out the racks for me Junbe? having trouble deciphering them from what is normally there and how it comes together. Did you do any extra re-enforcing of the top of the trailer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtrainer4God View Post
    Thanks Ken, this IS awesome, completely guessed it right! can you point out the racks for me Junbe? having trouble deciphering them from what is normally there and how it comes together. Did you do any extra re-enforcing of the top of the trailer?
    Ainley built this trailer. The top is reinforced with four heavy duty tie down ports. The ramp is in my barn and does attach securely to the top of the trailer. If you click on the image, you'll see where the ramps connect and the little elevated part that drives over the railing. The ramps have edges on both sides so it's very safe to drive.
    It was impossible, so it took a little longer to accomplish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by junbe View Post
    Ainley built this trailer. The top is reinforced with four heavy duty tie down ports. The ramp is in my barn and does attach securely to the top of the trailer. If you click on the image, you'll see where the ramps connect and the little elevated part that drives over the railing. The ramps have edges on both sides so it's very safe to drive.
    I'm blind......but I can see just fine! lol somehow I am not seeing the little elevated part that drives over the railing, but I do have a good idea of what was done. Great idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by junbe View Post
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    Has a ramp where you can drive your 4-wheeler on top. It was built this way. You can see the connections on the top back where the ramp connects. Tandem axils for safety. High pressure water pump to clean the kennels.
    That would be a interesting ride up and down....
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