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I have experienced a problem loading my trike on to my toy hauler. The exhaust pipes drag because of steep ramp. Does anybody have suggestions?
 

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I put a 1.5 in. lift under the back end and extended my ramp with angle iron and expanded metal. Also have the front of the trailer as high possible.
 

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Ride it, don't trailer it!

But seriously, you can just do as the above poster explained or you can add some 2x6 or similar on the ramp to increase length and decrease angle of the ramp.
 

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Back up to a curb and drop the ramp from the curb to the hauler, might not need much more angle.
 
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Bolt 2 lengths of 2X6 boards on the trailer ramp in line with the tracks of the rear wheels (do not do one for the front wheel). As your rear wheels ride up the ramp and hit the boards, it should lift the rear of the Trike for just enough height to give you the clearance you need. You can apply a non-skid coating for wet traction, if needed.

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