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(10-04-2021, 08:47 PM)sparx Wrote:  Fork mount installed, ply strip sits across the rear of the van with a wooden block attached. Didn't have any rubber floor off cuts so had to cover it in carpet. Fork mount attached on top, if I need the whole van floor it lifts out with no tools.

Couple of straps hold the front wheel in place, and keep the rear wheel against the frame behind the drivers seat.

Trusty bungee on the ramp.

Still room for the dog bed, and can all be taken out in a couple of minutes when needed.

Thanks to everyone for the input, this forum is brilliant!

Sparx, where did you get the ramp? that would be ideal as I have a E-Bike which is very heavy and awkward
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(11-04-2021, 03:39 PM)magoo Wrote:  
(10-04-2021, 08:47 PM)sparx Wrote:  Fork mount installed, ply strip sits across the rear of the van with a wooden block attached. Didn't have any rubber floor off cuts so had to cover it in carpet. Fork mount attached on top, if I need the whole van floor it lifts out with no tools.

Couple of straps hold the front wheel in place, and keep the rear wheel against the frame behind the drivers seat.

Trusty bungee on the ramp.

Still room for the dog bed, and can all be taken out in a couple of minutes when needed.

Thanks to everyone for the input, this forum is brilliant!

Sparx, where did you get the ramp? that would be ideal as I have a E-Bike which is very heavy and awkward

Hi Magoo, the girlfriend ordered it from Very. 

https://www.very.co.uk/streetwize-access...dog%20ramp

It does have a decent load rating to be fair (girlfriend can stand on it, but I'd probably go straight through it)  Dodgy
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Thanks Sparx, was hoping it would be a shop as I don't like internet shopping if I can help it.
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(12-04-2021, 12:25 PM)magoo Wrote:  Thanks Sparx, was hoping it would be a shop as I don't like internet shopping if I can help it.

Ah ok, local petshop would potentially have something similar. Pets at home do something along the same lines but it didn't look very sturdy!
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(12-04-2021, 01:04 PM)sparx Wrote:  
(12-04-2021, 12:25 PM)magoo Wrote:  Thanks Sparx, was hoping it would be a shop as I don't like internet shopping if I can help it.

Ah ok, local petshop would potentially have something similar. Pets at home do something along the same lines but it didn't look very sturdy!

I thought it was a step ladder at first. You've provided a solution now it's up to me, Taking a friends dog for grooming tomorrow so will see if they sell them.

The hunt is on..

Thanks again
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