Ramp development is complete. Photos attached of the new ramps. Couple of changes made with these new ones.
First photo is of the new ramp and cover..
Second photo shows a change I made in the design of the ramp cover. When the factory ramp was made, the form was only 1/2" to 3/4" high. The arrows point to the portion of the ramp cover that comes down at an angle over the right pop bumper. I assume its function is to prevent a ball getting stuck. Anyway, the factory ramp was formed with this piece flat with the rest of the ramp. After the ramp was formed this piece trimmed away from the upper portion of the cover, it was reheated and then bent down. I chose to design the mold to actually form that piece where it belongs. Also note the two arrows in the photo. The arrow on the left shows the factory ramp which has a gap between the angled down piece and the upper portion of the cover. This gap was caused by the trimming then that piece bent down. Since I formed this with the angle piece designed into the form, we end up with a smooth wall where the gap exists on the original factory ramp.
Third photo... This photo shows the underside of the ramp where the switch attaches. Once again we are dealing with a stock metal bracket that is riveted to the ramp. If you are set up to do your own riveting I will sell the ramp simply pre-drilled for the switch bracket. If you are not set up to do your own riveting I will offer a plastic switch plate that will already be riveted to the underside of the ramp and pre-drilled for your factory switch to mount to.
I will be making some minor refinements to the molds....mostly cosmetic stuff... tomorrow and then I will be ready to accept orders. Pricing will be posted tomorrow as well.
Typically when I release a new ramp, I make a bunch of them. This ramp and cover was done sort of as a favor to the community and I don't expect a flood of sales. That said, this ramp and cover will be made on demand, so historically where I have shipped almost immediately, these will take a few days for me to produce the pieces....and I need to get some more plastic.
If you have any questions, feel free to pm.