Posted 2019-01-14 7:09 AM (#172143 - in reply to #172141) Subject: RE: Cimarron trailer ramps
Location: Zionsville, Indiana
I am assuming you want to add a ramp behind rear doors. Your best bet is to have Cimarron build the ramp to fit the unit you have. They will have the drawings, specifications, measurements, etc. if you provide the VIN number. Freight is a costly issue, but if you order it through a Cimarron dealer it could be delivered inside a trailer that is being delivered to that dealer, with no freight cost. We have added ramps behind rear doors for various brands of trailers and it is always best results if the ramp comes from the trailer manufacturer. Most of these jobs require welding.
We are in central Indiana, but consult the Cimarron web site for dealers close to you. www.Cimaroontrailers.com
If you already have a ramp, then instructions would depend upon seeing the trailer and the ramp and determining the best approach.