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Alumi-Loc Ramp Locking System

SKU: A21320x

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Rage Powersports

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The Alumi-Loc Ramp Locking System is a 60" long bracket that offers a secure way to mount your ramp when loading equipment. The lip positively locks ramps without the need for tie-down straps. This system is an essential accessory that prevents kickout/kickback and ramp slippage during loading. This channel system can be used on truck beds, box trucks, trailers, loading docks, containers, or any flat surface requiring equipment loading.  The Alumi-Loc Ramp Locking System is designed to be faster, easier to use, and more secure than straps and works with MF2 s View more

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The Alumi-Loc Ramp Locking System is a 60" long bracket that offers a secure way to mount your ramp when loading equipment. The lip positively locks ramps without the need for tie-down straps. This system is an essential accessory that prevents kickout/kickback and ramp slippage during loading. This channel system can be used on truck beds, box trucks, trailers, loading docks, containers, or any flat surface requiring equipment loading.  The Alumi-Loc Ramp Locking System is designed to be faster, easier to use, and more secure than straps and works with MF2 s View more
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