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Al-Ko Curved Loading Ramps CR 400

€250,00

Constructed from aircraft grade aluminium, this pair of robust, curved ramps has a maximum load capacity of 400 kg, ideal for loading ride-on mowers, ATVs, quad bikes and other wheeled machinery.


Each ramp is two meters long and 30 cm wide and made from a single piece of aluminium with zero welding to ensure they are lightweight and easy to handle.

The slip-resistant checker plate design enables secure loading, even in wet conditions, whilst the angled foot offers smooth access onto the ramps.

The AL-KO CR 400 curved ramps feature a no-edge design to ensure greater flexibility during use.

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