Why not just have 2 of those anyway? Sure you'd need a slightly bigger board because those are longer, and yeah they're 40 bucks more, but they're worth it. So much nicer, especially if you're doing things all by yourself. I can trust that chock to hold the bike perfectly upright, whereas those gray harbor freight ones are pretty sketchy. I have one of those as well on my bike table/workbench and it almost fell over once because it's not very stable. Just doesn't hold the front wheel in as well.If you are not taking two all the time, the set up you linked would take a while to make it worth the investment. It was about 100 bucks for my home made set up.
When I solo I use this TRACKSIDE - Roll On Wheel Chock - Tie-downs - Transport & Storage - Accessories - Cycle Gear
and I bolt it down but that's over kill it doesn't go anywhere once you strap it down.
It's actually called Ready Ramp bed ext.Sorry your original post has been edited, can you do a quick summary or photos?
I'm curious as to what you have?
Hey Tchase, move that red box out of the way, get a good running start, roll the bike up the ramp, and use the bars to help you jump into the truck bed. It's super quick and easy to do by yourself... just make sure your shoe laces are tied first.