Portable Singlefold Ramp

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Prairie View Portable Singlefold Ramp

SFW230 - Length 2' x 30" - $109.95

SFW330 - Length 3' x "30 - $129.95

SFW430 - Length 4' x "30 - $169.95

SFW530 - Length 5' x 30" - $222.38



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Portable Singlefold Ramp Reviews Summary

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11 out of 11 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy to Install (6)
Strong Support (5)
Stores Easily (5)
Functional (5)
Safe (4)
Top Cons

Too short.. Buy longer (1)
Heavy (1)
Top Best Uses

Home (6)
Daily Use (3)
Auto (2)
Travel (2)
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Portable singlefold ramp Verified Purchaser

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High Quality.

Product is excellent. However, it would be nice if a couple of pull down 6" legs could be added to the bottom of ramp, thus allowing help with the loading/unloading of large dogs into back of SUV type vehicles.

by from Kennesaw, GA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Is there a weight limit? can this be used safely to load from dock to pontoon? are there non-slip grippers?
Asked on Jul 1, 2014 5:51:56 PM by sandi from home
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I am not sure the manufacture specifications. I have a large wheel chair and my adopted daughter is almost 250lbs and the ramp could handle fine from ground up 12" rise
Answered on Aug 18, 2015 10:36:27 PM by tto from concord
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What's the height ? I need this for curb access to a car Walker used by patient)Curb approx. 4-5 inches high.
Asked on May 19, 2014 1:42:44 PM by M3 from Virginia
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As per ADA California requires 1" rise equal 12" long. So do your math, if the curve is 4" height then your ramp should be 48" long minimum.
Answered on Aug 18, 2015 10:38:49 PM by tto from concord
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If you put it up to your door and walked with a cane What Holds it in place so it doesn't slip down from the door sill?
Asked on Oct 27, 2013 4:12:49 PM by Rae from wa. State
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The lip of the ramp has holes Pre-drilled so you can secure by either using 2 screws attach ramp to door silk.
Answered on Aug 18, 2015 10:41:51 PM by tto from concord
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WHAT IS THE WEIGHT CAPACITY on this product?
Asked on Aug 5, 2012 6:33:26 PM by VV from CALIFORNIA
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Depending on the length of the ramp which may change the weight capacity of the ramp.
Answered on Aug 18, 2015 10:43:40 PM by tto from concord
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Specifically, what is required to install the ramp? Is it truly portable?
Asked on Oct 31, 2011 7:13:29 PM by kas from Clarion PA
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The ramp has a carrying handle that is easy to hold and balances the ramp very well. It is portable but when in use if the upper end cannot be attached to the sill then I suggest that when going up the ramp you have someone stand on the upper edge to prevent the ramp from lifting out of place until the wheelchair is about midway up and when going down the ramp have someone stand on the lower edge until the wheelchair is about midway. Remember, whenever possible use the pins to attach the upper edge. Also whenever possible the wheelchair should face forward when going up the ramp. The ramp is well made and sturdy and the surface helps to prevent slipping.
Answered on Dec 31, 2012 8:23:47 PM by Zenobia from PA
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Part Number(s): 779 0427 07, 779 0427 09, 779 0427 01, 779 0427 08

Mfg Part Number(s): SFW230, SFW330, SFW430, SFW530

Scrip Part Number(s): 779 0427 07, 779 0427 08, 779 0427 09, 779 0427 01