Thanks for re-posting the pictures! Looks like it just perfectly fits your two ATVs. Do you have to back them off the ramp? Looks like you're backing off the bed in the last picture. Or can you set the ramp on the other side of the deck?
I have to back the quads off. Its not to hard to do, the ramps fold out to 12' long. So they aren't too steep. There is a bar that sits in front of your quads on the far side of the truck, its there to keep you from driving too far forward and off the deck. Therefore you have to back off. You can switch the sides for the ramps depending on what works best for you. When I bought the deck it came set up for a single side by side that end loaded.
I had to buy the parts to convert it to a side loading deck for two quads. Now there is an extension that sits over the rear bumper to allow a second quad on the back of a short box F350. I also had to get rid of the headache rack to fit the second quad on.
Turning it into a system for 2 was smart, sure beats having to rely on a trailer which is what i've seen some folks had to do, and trailers can be a headache at times, best not to have that to worry about.
That's great, great way to be efficient with what you can carry. I have some buddies that live in the city and have ATV's and as you can imagine having a trailer and moving through a city to get to ATV play zones won't be fun!
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