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Old 09-23-2010, 05:49 PM
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Transporting a Kwiklift

Hello folks,

Can anyone offer some tips/tricks/advice for transporting a Kwiklift in a standard pickup truck bed?

http://www.kwiklift.com/features-all.htm

I am looking at one that is around 100 miles away, and I need to know if I can safely haul it home in the back of my 1997 Chevy S10.

Thanks in advance.

Cheers, Ken

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did u check the FAQ's at their site? I think u will find what u r looking for. Bob.
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The ramps unbolt in the middle and break down into two 7'-8' lengths and will easily transport in your pickup.
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Just remembered I had this picture. If you look close you can see the "break" about midway along the length of the ramp.

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