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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Pricing Change August 1, 2017

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We will sell existing deck inventory at old price, but that will end by the end of August.  Please call soon to discuss anything you are interested in the next 30 days.

6'6" SuperDeck III - $4,380
8'   SuperDeck III   - $4,380

Accessories:
Wireless Remote -       $ 230
12" Deck Extension -  $ 530
12" Can-AM Extn -     $650

Prices are still FOB the factory in Hadley, PA.  If you were given a freight quote more than 10 days ago we need to recheck it before taking your order.

Have a great weekend!

Jeff Kurtz
717-620-9676

Saturday, April 1, 2017

AmeriDeckMidwest! 717-620-9676

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Check our our Specifications page for dimensions and other fitting details.   Available in Short or Long-Bed sizes.  #2,500 capacity.  Either size deck is $3,640 FOB factory in PA.

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Specifications

 Here are a few photos with dimensions for the deck and where it sits on the truck.  The actual dimensions of the flat decks are:

Short-bed:   78" open area from the wall of the deck bulkhead to where the 6" ramp begins. 
Long-bed:    96" open area

Both decks are 58" wide.  The standard bulkhead is 29 5/8" tall.


 At its tallest position the lift arm reaches 63" above the bed of the truck.

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18" deck extension installed on 8' deck.
The photo below shows an 8' deck with the 18" extension added.  The extension mounts in the landing wheel receivers and the wheels are then moved back to the receivers in the extension.


Either size deck is $3,640 FOB factory in PA.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

SuperDeck III Featured on Officer.com!

This just in!  Our product was selected by Officer.com for their Law Enforcement Equipment pages!

Check out this link (and forward to your L.E. friends.

As Seen at Officer.com <<<


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Thursday, February 23, 2017

1,000 uses around the house.

There's always a way to use the AmeriDeck SuperDeck III when you have hobbies or a business.  The deck lifts up to #2,500 at the touch of a button... Just be certain that the load is sucure and that your vehicle is rated for heavy loads.   It's one tink to lift a ton of bricks into your truck... It's another thing to stop that load from 60 MPH...

Primarily used for Hauling motorcycles, (two full dress harleys will fit on the deck, these decks are very versatile.  Sitting about the wheelwells, you still have storage below deck for tools and equipment.

Short or long-bed versions are priced at $3640, FOB the factory in Hadley, PA.  The Can-Am specific deck is $3949. We usually have several of each size in stock, but if not, they come off the production line once each month.

Most motorcycles will load directly onto the deck, either anchored with tie-downs or add wheel chocks for security.  We recommend the Condor brand chocks.

The Can-Am Spyder will fit on the standard full-size (8') deck by loading it rear first.  Strap the rear wheel to the bulkhead and the nose of the Spyder will hang slightly over the end of the deck to the rear.

The Can-Am Spyder deck is 6" longer (102" flat deck length) and the landing-wheels are spaced wider to 62" clearance.


The Can-Am Spyder can be loaded on the regular SuperDeck III by backing it onto the deck until the rear tire touches the deck bulkhead.  The Can-Am Spyder deck provides more room to work.

The special Can-Am deck has the landing wheels spaced to allow a 62" wide clearance and has blocking posts to block the front wheels in place withought the front of the Spyder reaching the bulkhead. . The deck floor is 102" by 58", and the rear wheels are 62" wide to accommodate the Spyder's stance. The bulkhead height is the standard 29-5/8". These measurements allow a Spyder to be driven forward onto the deck rather than backed on.


The company manufactures several options, from stake sides to dump beds.   For that matter, a quality welding or machine shop can probably make most modifications you may want.
Exercise caution when transporting your equipment...   the roof at McD's drive-thru may not accomidate your load.
Just press the button and your load is headed onto your truck or into your space at your destination.  The control pendant cable unplugs to avoid operation without your permission.

Available in short or long bed versions for $3,640, FOB the factory in PA.  We have installers in southern IL and in Reno, NV.   DIY takes about two hours and a 1/2" drill.

Call for details!  

Jeff  -  717-620-9676
Jeff@kurtzinpa.com
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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Why I abandoned my toy hauler...

Why I abandoned my toy hauler for the truck deck.  

Although motorcycle traveling is great fun, weather and distance can leave you arriving at your destination tired and drained. The SuperDeck III, installed on a suitable pickup truck, allows you to travel to your motorcycle destination in comfort.  Although motorcycle traveling is great fun, weather and distance can leave you arriving at your destination tired and drained.  With the bike on the deck you arrive relaxed and ready to engage in your desired activities.




In comparison to a toy hauler, the SuperDeck III has several advantages.   First, and significant, is the cost of a fully contained toy hauler vs the cost of the SuperDeck III and a less expensive camper equivalent to the toy hauler.   Unless your bike needs protection from the elements, the cost of the “garage” section in a conventional toy hauler is unnecessary.  Towing and maneuvering an 18’ camper is much simpler than dealing with a 30+’ toy hauler.


Secondly, most toy haulers use the bike storage area for a second purpose when the bike is not in place… this is usually space for the kitchen table or additional bunk space.   This space simply isn’t available when the bike(s) are loaded.   Not to mention that a certain amount of gas, oil and grime are there in your living quarters in the toy hauler.


In terms of convenience, the toy hauler scores big again! If you are just taking your bike out to a one-day event, you don’t need the entire camper or a trailer.  Just park the bike on the SuperDeck II and press the UP button.  Head to the event without having to maneuver/unhook or deal with a trailing storage system.  There’s plenty of storage under the deck for your duffel, cooler and tools.


How about safety?  Other than a hydraulic hitch mounted bike carrier, almost any toy hauler or trailer* is going to have a ramp to deal with.   It was one thing to ride my Bultaco trials bike up a 2x6 into the truck bed, but that was 40 years ago with a #190 bike.   Any ramp offers opportunity for error, particularly in snow or rain.  The SuperDeck III is at ground level where it is simple for one person to push or ride a bike into position against the bulkhead and put down the kick stand while the bike is being strapped down.   Pushing a #500 bike up any ramp is usually more than a single individual can safely manage.   Just check the videos on YouTube for any number of “motorcycle ramp loading fails.


  • note:  the Razor brand  trailer has a drop deck.


The other convenient feature of the SuperDeck III is that it has many alternate uses!   From hauling ATV’s, engine blocks, bales of hay or your mom’s sofa, the SuperDeck III puts any load, up to #2,500, into your truck at the touch of a button!


In summary, the Superdeck III covers all the bases.  Safety, comfort, convenience and utility at a fraction of the cost of a toy hauler.  And you can still have access to your truck hitch to tow your camper or more toys!


For details on the AmeriDeck SuperDeck III visit our website www.AmeriDeckMidwest.com


For details contact me directly at 717-620-9676


Jeff Kurtz
AmeriDeckMidwest.com
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Monday, February 6, 2017

Getting to Bike Week

We have had several calls from people wanting decks to haul their bikes to Daytona for bikeweek in March. Things need to happen in the next two weeks if that is on your agenda. Here's typical time-table for having a deck in your truck and ready to haul your equipment: Day 1: Talk to us and decide which deck model and what options you want. The only optional equipment to consider are the extensions or the wireless remote. Day 2: We prepare a quote and email it to you. This will include quote on freight which is good for ten (10) days. You sign and return the quote to let us know that we have the right equipment listed. Day 3: You mail (takes 4-7 days) or do a bank transfer (24 hours) in the amount of the quote and we notify the factory to make the shipment. Days 4-6 (if bank transfer): The factory palletizes your equipment and schedules an over-the-road shipper. Shipments are two days to the midwest and 3-5 days to the south or west. Mindful, we can't control weather delays or traffic. When the deck arrives at your place you can make the installation within just a few hours. Decks must be delivered to a business address where there is someone with a fork lift, or equivalent, available to unload the palletized load from the shipper. That puts the entire process at 8 - 10 days. We will do everything in our power to expidite things, but timetables, such as above, are based on our experience from many years of delivering decks. Thanks for your patience, Jeff Kurtz 717-620-9676 http://www.AmeriDeckMidwest.com