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Please help. I'm driving 500 miles to pick this up. I've measured, but I just wondered if anyone had done it.
 

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it should fit you would just have to leave the tail gate down.
 

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Don't forget to measure the width...getthing THRU the tailgate! Especially if it has bigger tires!
 

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im sure it will fit. When driving it up the ramp into the truck you will probably have to drive the front tires over the wheel wells of your truck. No big deal. Good Luck and enjoy!!
 

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The only prob will be the fenderwells. You can drive over them. If your worried rent a Uhaul for the day or weekend. But you should not have a problem. Ask the dealer to theough in some new straps to tie it down.
 

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Well lets us know if it fits.
 

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Thanks.

Well, I picked it up on Saturday from Southern Honda in Chattanooga. It fit in the old S-10. Thanks for the info everyone.
 

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Congrads on your new toy!! IM glad to hear they fit in an S10, where the wheel wells every an issue?
 

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Congrads on your new toy!! IM glad to hear they fit in an S10, where the wheel wells every an issue?
Not at all. Front climbed over them.
 

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S-10

I had bad luck getting my foreman 500 yesterday, I bought the Heavy duty ramps trying to keep from buying a trailer(CHEAP WAY OUT) and was loading it in the truck, soon as I went up the wheel well SNAP went one of my tailgate straps smashing one side of my new custom paint into the bumper and causing my ramp to slide forward scratching the piss out of the top of the tailgate..But it fit !!! Glad my wife came with me in her Jeep so she could haul my wounded tailgate home..
 

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sorry to hear about your luck quikblue


Anybody haul there 500 Foreman with bigger tires( 26x12x12) tires on
the rear in the bed of a truck yet? if so what truck?

i know my old rancher fit in the bed of my avalanche but with the fat ass on my new foreman i wont even attempt it
 

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Ouch, that is something that would happen to me!! Will it be hard to match up and fix the custom paint?
 

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my rubicon fits in my 350 but only with the tailgate down. The 28;s r a lil big.
 

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Ouch, that is something that would happen to me!! Will it be hard to match up and fix the custom paint?
Nah it should be no problem to match..luckilly it just scratched the top edge of the tailgate and the other should buff out,just have to shoot a little blue on top after wetsanding and reclear the whole gate..but oh well its only time and money..lol
 

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sorry to hear about your luck quikblue


Anybody haul there 500 Foreman with bigger tires( 26x12x12) tires on
the rear in the bed of a truck yet? if so what truck?

i know my old rancher fit in the bed of my avalanche but with the fat ass on my new foreman i wont even attempt it
Mine would fit with the tailgate closed but I have a tool box, so the gate stays open. F150 and 26x12 Outlaws on the rear
 

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Mine fits in the back of my f150 with 27's, you just have to leave the tailgate down.
 

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Im wondering if I can get mine with the 26's on the back of my truck also.

Its a 2002 Silverado on a 6" with 35's. I got a toolbox. Not sure if it would fit even if I could get it up there haha. I doubt it
 

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i am sure it will fit with the tailgate down. Yea it is a lil scary trynig to get my rubicon in my truck you should see the incline.
 

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I have 7" on mine with 35's, it is a little tricky getting the foreman in there. I found a place out at the shooting range that I canback up to and there is only about a 1' drop, works pretty good.
 

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I have 7" on mine with 35's, it is a little tricky getting the foreman in there. I found a place out at the shooting range that I canback up to and there is only about a 1' drop, works pretty good.

Well I could find a place to back up and put it on im sure but what about when I was to get where Im going? Getting er off would probably suck.

Guess I need to make some ramps that are perty long IMO.

BTW.. Got any pics of that 7" and 35's?
 
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