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[RC] hovering ramp - Jonni Jewell

The springs are a bit tight on a ramp that hovers. If when you step on it,
it goes down, and stays down, I'd not worry about it at all. It makes them
real easy to lift. Usually ramps like those can be lifted back up by
flipping your toe under it and lifting, then reaching and grabbing it to
shut. Some manufacturers used extra heavy springs just to make the ramp
extra light to lift.  I'd not worry about it. If you like the trailer, and
think it will suit your needs, get it. (I personally LOVE ramp trailers, and
after over 30 years of trailer ownership will not go back to step ups again)

Jonni


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alive at the rides. Training/conditioning is one of the best tools
available. It makes us better horseman and women, it benefits our horses
and could quite possibly be the key to preventing most crashes.
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