My main problem is we have runningboards on it and we’re only about 5 1/2 inches off the ground. We’re still working on it. I think we’re gonna build something and then be able to winch it up into the toy hauler.
I went through the same issue with my Cyclone 44' TH and my Harley Trike. I could barely clear the top of the ramp without bottoming out, but I would drag my pipes when initially going up the ramp.
The only solution I found was to raise the front of my TH as high as I could. If I was still hooked up I would drive my dually up on a 2x12 block. If I wasn't hooked up then I would just use the front jacks and raise it. I made three wood ramps that went under the bottom of the OEM ramp which raised it about 4". Doing these two things flattened the angle of the OEM ramp out enough all was good.
I purchased my Torque 327 one month ago and 3 weeks ago I promptly took it out for a shake down trip. I found a couple things the dealer needed to address and I found some I need to address. Mainly the incline of the ramp. I have a 2019 Road Glide Special with some exhaust pipes that extend...