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Magliner 8' apron ramp VR29082 - $400 (Logandale, NV 89021)

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Moapa Valley BLVD near Whipple Ave

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Magliner
model name / number: VR29082
size / dimensions: 8'03"

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Logandale, NV 89021, I-15 x93, near Clark County Fair and Rodeo.

$400 FIRM.

Name and phone number for reply. If the ad's up, it's available. I keep a list, reply in order and delete immediately when gone. If you ask anything covered in the ad, no response.

Last ramp I have, best one.

Magliner VR29082, 8' long 29" wide van / loading "Walk Ramp", 2500# cap. 8'03" total length, 90" to apron + 9" apron.

Top angled apron, positive underside horizontal stop, square holes for carriage bolts, chains, anchors. I drilled 2 good holes in positive underside stop to lag & washer to staircase for stability & anti-theft.

STRAIGHT. TRUE. NO WARPS, NO BENDS, NO STAINS, NO DAMAGE. Original labels still affixed, intact and legible. Rated. Compliant. Commerce ready. Avoid liability.

Bought and owned privately, free and clear, by me. Not stolen property, no shady deal, come see to believe.

These are pro, commercial grade, assembled new individually when ordered. Price them new retail or online with truck freight and I'm still WAY under for an excellent, used piece. Used ONLY privately / lightly / residentially, not abused, not commercially, not for profit. I've sold several for cheaper, but this is the last best one of the bunch. Price is firm, and it's beyond fair.

Last pic shows how it was stored overhead in shop when not in use. For my fellow hawk-eyed skeptics, the pics were taken before we moved from New England, which explains the lack of stucco and decorative rock.

**NOT ADA compliant, NOT wide enough for a wheelchair, TOO STEEP for handicapped when apron is totally leveled. However, I did use it "off-label", at my own house (NOT the one pictured), AT-MY-OWN-RISK, to bypass some indoor garage entry stairs after a hip operation. FWIW.**

Cash and carry, no trades, no delivery, no help loading, plan accordingly.

$400 FIRM.

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