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INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION & OPERATION

RAMPAGE Motorcycle Unit Installation for Pick-ups

RAMPAGE is designed to provide many years of safe and reliable use. The instructions on this page are provided for informational purposes only and are not to be used for actual installation and operation. Current instructions are provided by the Manufacturer with each unit. The Manufacturer's Installation and Operation instructions should be followed carefully.

STEP 1 - Read instructions completely before starting installation paying close attention to all safety notes.

STEP 2 - Position RAMPAGE Power Ramp in bed of truck - centered left to right. Front to back location depends on length of bed - approximately 1 1/2" from pivot point . See Manufacturer's Installation Instructions for details.

A. Attachment is provided by three high strength plusnuts that are flush mounted into truck bed with tool provided. Be careful to choose a flat surface for rivnut locations. 33/64" holes drilled for plusnuts are critical to ensure proper installation of the plusnut. Follow instructions carefully! The pre-assembled lift together with the winch motor is then attached to the plusnuts.

STEP 3 - Locate an existing hole or stake a pocket hole in the bed of the truck and fish the power cables through to the underside of the truck. Route the all weather cable from the front of the truck bed under the cab to the truck's battery leaving the quick disconnect plug in the bed of the truck.

STEP 4 - This step is critical to ensure the safety of you and your vehicle! Disconnect battery. Then, gain access to the underside of the vehicle by supporting it on jack stands, or equivalent. Once vehicle is supported safely, route wiring to battery making sure to clear muffler, exhaust pipes, drive shaft and any sharp or potentially hot objects. Tie strap all wiring securely. Re-check all routing and tie straps.

STEP 5 - To avoid arcing, connect the positive wiring to the battery first and then the negative terminal wiring second. DO NOT ATTACH NEGATIVE TERMINAL FIRST. Tie off excess wiring in a safe place. Motorcycle prices and Delivery - Click Here. Pwc prices - Click Here


RAMPAGE Motorcycle Unit Operation

RAMPAGE is designed to provide many years of safe and reliable use. The instructions on this page are provided for informational purposes only and are not to be used for actual installation and operation. Current instructions are provided by the Manufacturer with each unit. The Manufacturer's Installation and Operation instructions should be followed carefully.

To Load Your Motorcycle

WARNING - Make sure power unit towing strap is straight and not twisted.

NOTE - For Gold Wings - Choose 2 points on left and 2 points on right to tie-down front of bike. Choose points below the handle bars and use ratchet tie down straps only. Soft loops are available to protect the chrome. DO NOT TIGHTEN DOWN ON THE FORKS TO ELIMINATE SHOCK TRAVEL. THIS MAY HINDER THE CRADLE FROM CAMMING OVER. After bike is pulled into the vehicle and for added security, Bar Harness together with ratchet tie down straps may be used for transport. Bar Harness is a cup with hook that attaches to handle bars and allows faring clearance. DO NOT USE BAR HARNESS FOR FRONT TIE-DOWN WHEN PULLING INTO CRADLE OR DAMAGE TO THE HANDLE BARS MAY RESULT.

WARNING - Tailpipe and rear fenders are the low points. As you load, check for adequate ground clearance at these low points. If clearance is minimal, an optional portable ramp is available to lower angle of ascent.

To Unload Your Motorcycle

WARNING - Make sure power unit toe strap is securely attached to front cradle. This strap must be kept tight at all times during loading and unloading. If power unit tow strap is not securely attached, damage to the motorcycle and/or personal injury may result.

 

WARNING - NEVER allow any slack in the winch strap when starting the motorcycle down

 

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