Hitch Mounted Dog Ramp / Hitch Step
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Hitch Mounted Dog Ramp / Hitch Step

This light weight Aluminum Hitch Mounted Dog Ramp / Hitch Step is exactly what your dog wants!! This aluminum dog ramp inserts into the platform using two tabs for a secure fit that won't wobble. This strong car dog ramp is made of high strength aluminum so it won't sag like plastic dog ramps. This vehicle dog ramp is 48" long and 17" wide and features a " folded lip. With a strong steel hinge, the hitch mounted ramp folds in half to 26 inches and only weights 17 lbs!! A 12 ½" grip tape strip is applied to the dog pet ramp and step to insure traction. The platform is 13 ½" by 15" and can held into the receiver by a pin(not included) if the step is kept on during travel. *Ramp needs to be inserted into platform before use. Detach ramp before travel*
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