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Rear Door Van Ramp

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  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Easy Installation (Note: Conversion kit is required if rear door opening contains a threshold.)
  • Mounts to Floor of Van Inside Doorway
  • Three Sections, Manually Operated with Spring Assist
  • Easily Operated by One Person
  • Stores Vertically Inside Doorway
  • Durable Welded Construction
  • Anti-Slip, High Traction Surface
  • Accommodates Wheelchairs and Scooters with Various Wheel Configurations
  • This Ramp Has Been Tested at a 3X Safety Factor
Item NumberUnfolded SizeFolded HeightWeightCapacity*
VAN727 7' x 27" 36" 72 lbs. 800 lbs.
VAN827 8' x 27" 40" 77 lbs. 800 lbs.

* Maximum Ramp Capacity: 400 lbs. Single axle - 800 lbs. Two axles.

NOTE: 34" minimum inside door opening required for this ramp.
Minimum requirement for floor to ceiling opening: 7' Ramp-37", 8' Ramp-41".


Optional Slope Reducer

  • Reduces Ramp Slope and Eases Entry
  • Lightweight, Durable Aluminum
  • Anti-slip High Traction Surface
  • Lightweight, Easy-to-handle and Set Up
  • For Use with Van Ramp Models VAN727 and VAN827
Item NumberDescriptionSizeWeightCapacity*
VAN2426.75 One Piece 24" x 26 3/4" 8 lbs. 600 lbs.

 * Maximum Ramp Capacity: 300 lbs. Single axle - 600 lbs. Two axles.


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Larry Yesman

Concord, NH
I own a 7' unit that I purchased used. The owner stated it was 7' long and 30" wide & folded in half. After driving 100 miles north in NH to look at it without a tape measure. Looking at this strange looking unfolded ramp snake it looked like something I could use to load my Hurricane 4 wheeled scooter into my 2004 Ford Freestar. Upon getting it home I discovered it was 27" wide not 30" and with the verticle rear spring posts @27" it left only 1/2" clearance per side to get the wheels thru. That combination was sure to scratch the #### out of the scooters side with any slight misjudgement on the way in or out. I padded the goal posts with a L shaped hard rubber 1/2" thick. "A QUICK FIX" make the ramps 30" wide not 27". Also @27" wide there is a much greater chance for the scooter fall off!! To summerize what I think of this product "it's the greatist ramp I've ever seen/used and am proud to show it off when ever I can. Thanks, Larry Y