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how tall is the ramp when in "up" and "balanced" position???

Posted by geoff at 2/15/2001 1:13 AM EST


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Re: how tall is the ramp when in "up" and "balanced" position???

Posted by Joe Ross at 2/15/2001 4:19 AM EST


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In Reply to: how tall is the ramp when in "up" and "balanced" position???
Posted by geoff on 2/15/2001 1:13 AM EST:



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The edge of the bridge is approximately 24" off the ground when the bridge is up and approximately 12" off the ground when it is balanced.


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