Custom Trailer Ramps

Custom Trailer Ramps


DON'T have a Trailer Ramp that will work for you?

Just follow these simple instructions to determine measurements A - E, then complete the form below and we'll provide you with a quote for your own Custom Trailer Ramps!


Custom Ramp Sizing


Suggestions for measurements

Measurement A: This measurement should be about the same as the thickness of your existing ramp or trailer door. This is the transition between the trailer ramp and your ramp/door.


Measurement B: This is the height that your existing ramp/door will be raised up off the ground. The higher this measurement, the longer your ramp will typically end up being to make the incline slope more gradual.


Measurement C: This area supports the weight of the trailer door/ramp and a large portion of the weight as the vehicle drivers onto it. A minimum of 4" is recommended for proper weight displacement.
Our standard is 5".


Measurement D: This measurement will determine the angle of the ramp. The longer this is, the more gradual the incline slope will be.


Measurement E: A minimum of 14" is recommended for proper trailer ramp/door weight distribution. Note: if ramp exceeds 10" in height, or 8' in length, at our discretion we may widen this measurement for stability. 



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Factors to keep in mind

Angle of Approach: How steep of an incline can your vehicle approach before the front of the car hits the ramp?

Clearance: How much can your vehicle clear?

Departure Angle: As the vehicle goes up the ramp, the back end will go down - too steep of an angle and the rear end will hit.


Also see our Custom Ramp Frequently Asked Questions