sixnut, yeah the trailer things works quite well so far, and mine tilts too but not radically.
the rear most axle lifts up / pushes down hydraulicly against a centre beam between the two axles, so you can drop the bed angle down for ease of loading, or to give more height up the front end to work on something.
i'll be dismantling my caravan this year to sell the appliances to the camper lads, and was going to sell the good rolling chassis for a trailer project if you're interested?
johnboy, which ramps did you like, the big resto' ramps or the display ramps?
the resto' ramps, are priced at £945 or £1045 for the 12ft size. the dearer set also come with a big cross member which you can use as a bed for your own scissor or bottle jacks, to create a beam jack base,
not bad to be honest, as i said before, i priced up the steel to make my own version of them, and it came to over £600's worth of steel, then you've got to cut and weld it all together, paint or powder coat it if there gonna be outside at all, so it soon starts to look like you might aswell just let them do it all eh?
the display ramps are about £600-700 as i recall, but come up for sale 2nd hand at about £200-250, but then i think i'd want some feet, cross members and reinforcements to start swinging on big nuts and bolt underneath a car, but could be a good way of doing it with a bit of thought i reckon.
can't you tell its spring time round the corner, everyone thinking of getting under their motors again!