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20Ton Tag Air ramp conversion

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by dieseldog5.9, Jan 10, 2022.

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    dieseldog5.9 Senior Member

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    Time to renovate the 20ton tag trailer, and honestly hate the ramps so going to build wider ramps and want to make them air raise. I know some new trailers offer this however looking to renovate this trailer. Has anyone attempted this?
     
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    I attempted it and succeeded, alls it took was a trip to a local trailer dealer and a big check! :D In all honesty that's exactly what I did a few years ago and was the best thing I ever did. I can snap some pics of the underside of the trailer so you can see how it's set up. Fairly straightforward, they use air bags to raise and lower.
     
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    dieseldog5.9 Senior Member

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    I made that suggestion to a customer of mine, however our business plan hasn't got to new trailer yet, our current ramps need work.

    Pictures would be great.

    A few years ago their was a similar conversation from someone else, but I cannot find it.
     
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    I will grab some pics in the next couple of days