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· The Boss
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The ramp that first caught my eye was manufactured by a well known company. Bosski, who also specializes in manufacturing high end ATV trailers. Bosski is well known as a leader in innovative products for the ATV enthusiast.

The RevArc ramp is engineered to provide a 1300 pound weight rating to make sure that it will hold even the heaviest of ATV’s. To me safety is always top priority which leads to another great thing about the RevArc. It has a very nice wide track to give you the utmost confidence during the load and unload process. The total section width where your tires travel on is 18” per side; almost double the size of many other ramps. Couple that feature, along with the fact that the RevArc incorporates oversized tail gate grips and you will be sure to have a worry free way to load and unload your machine. Another great thing I liked about the RevArc is the fact that it folds up to 18”, and easily fits under your ATV during travel.

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The over sized gate grips, adjustable strap to fasten to the vehicle and the special center core all combine to form a Tri Loc Technology. This allows the maximum stability while still providing a system that is easy to deploy.

During the review process I was completely impressed with every thing about theRevArc setup. However, this was my first personal experience with ATV ramps; I have always been a trailer guy. I did not believe that I could give a completely unbiased review of this system without doing some additional research of what else is available on the market.

I had my sights on several models. For the sake of being fair I won’t mention any manufacturers names, only the style.
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The over sized gate grips make the RevArc ATV ramp the safest we have found.
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Safety and Convenience set the
RevArc apart from all others we have
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I tried the straight Tri Fold ramps, the arched individual ramps and the dreaded 2X12 wooden board ramp adaptor. (this was absolutely a nightmare to use). While all of these ramps functioned and accomplished what they were intended to do, I found that there could be vast improvements to all of them. Except the wooden ramps; they would be better simply burned.

The RevArc ATV ramp performed exceptionally well when compared to other ramps tested. The quality of the entire setup is top notch. It is also extremely easy to open, position, and secure to the trucks tail gate. RevArc manufactures two ramp models, a 72" model and a 90" model. I tested the 90” model and found that the arched angle is perfect for use in some of the tallest of vehicles. And it is just short enough to fit in most truck beds. The lateral ramp bars provide the user with excellent traction; even on the muddiest of tires.
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Extra-wide for safe and stable loading.

Final Thoughts

TheRevArc has definitely changed my thoughts about ATV truck ramps. I find myself transporting my ATV more in my truck these days than ever and I know that it’s because I feel 100% more confident with theRevArc ramps that anyone else’s setups. In fact when someone goes riding with me and I know they are transporting their ATV’s in their truck, I will bring my ramps along so they can use them. This way I can ensure that we have a safe day before we hit the trail and after we return to load up.

Wide and stable loading
Heavy duty welds ensure years of use
Arched, making it extremely safe and easy to load.
Stores easily under the loaded ATV for transport.

Could not determine any defect in the product.

RevArc's are available in 72" length for $199. The 90" sells for $239.00. Bosski is setting up dealers now, and there may be one near you.

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· The Boss
4,037 Posts
Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Thanks Gunny!

I can't get over how easy the RevArc ramp is to deploy and load your ATV's. I also tested it by loading my Grizzly 700 into the back of my Chevy Avalanche.

While the big Grizzly was a very tight fit, the ramps did a fine job!

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I'd like to replace my homemade ones for my flatbed, just wish I could find some ready made, lite weight aluminum ramps that were 10 foot long & didn't cost an arm & a leg .... :eek:

Those are some nice looking ones for anyone with a truck with a regular bed.

Later ...
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