- Jun 4, 2005
- Getting old. Sold the ranch. Sold the tractors. Moved back to the city.
Backing on is the safest way to go. Many guys around here have them made into a dove tail to help with the angle. Its going to give you some pucker factor unless you and find a ditch to put the rear wheels of the truck into or at your place you could get a few loads of clay and make a earthen loading dock to back up to.
Pucker factor--how about this one
That's an 11,000+ lb Minneapolis Moline G1000 pulling tractor unloading at the Pioneer Days Rodeo in Guymon, OK in May08. He's backing that beast down 10-ft ramps-- those ramps can't be more than 18" wide and look pretty beat up to me.