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Hi all,

I am going to be storing my Fury in a storage building. The door opening is about 1.5 feet off the ground so I need a safe way to get the Fury in and out.

I really want to buy a ramp locally so that I can start using it immediately (like tomorrow!). All I've found at Lowe's and Home Depot are 10" wide ramps that you'd use in pair for loading a lawn mower etc into a truck.

I can use that to get my bike in, but I wouldn't feel comfortable backing back down on something so narrow.

Bass Pro sells a couple of rung ramps that might work, but I wanted to see if anybody has had experience with them before buying one. None of them say motorcycle on them so I was not sure how the rungs would work with the tires.

Thanks in advance for any advice!
 

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Pep Boys has a selection of ramps. some state MC or ATV. I haven't used any of them.

Still awaiting my SE in Philly.
 

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I just made my own. I am using a storage building as well and it's about 2 ft up. I got the ramp ends at lowes, 2 2x10x8 boards and two sheets of plywood and made a good and sturdy. Been using it everyday for a year.
 

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I ended up buying a tri-fold, metal rung ramp from Bass Pro Shop. The rungs are about 7 inches apart, so it helps keep from blacking down too quickly.

Thanks for the replies!
 
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