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  1. #11
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    I find this construction calculator to come in handy for thing like this.
    Put in the rise and the run it calculates angle and the length of the unknown.
    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...ion+calculator

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLMFAB View Post
    Thanks for all the replies. Im trying to save to got to welding school so I can eventually answer my own questions. The ramps have to have a 4' deck for the rear axles. Purpose being that the heavy duty truck is a industrial vacuum truck that has to offload into a 25 yard roll off container.
    Is this what you’re trying to do? How are you going to brace that ramp? Then how are you going to move them, with the square tube weighing in at 12.21 pounds per foot?
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    My guess is they will be sitting in one spot all the time right by the dumpster.
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    Almost Sonora Iron. Where the incline begins it sits flush on the floor. and the bottom rail butts up to the bottom, begin point of the incline overall height is 2' 10"


    Actually the will be able to be loaded and moved with a roll off truck. the same truck that can move the roll off containers. They will be able to slide on the rails of the roll off truck. The wench from the truck hooks on to a hook welded inbetween the incline end of the ramp. I braced the platform end where the rear axles sit with a 4'' x 4" x 1' 10" brace and a brace on the incline as well. I will post a picture tomorrow.
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    Couple suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonora Iron View Post
    Couple suggestions.
    Is that a DOT approved tank restraint there Sonora?
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    Didn’t think I could draw a chain and boomer! Nor a 4-inch nylon ratchet strap!
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    Suggestions taken. I had just taken the guage off the nitrogen bottle. Ill make sure to immediatley cap it next time.
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