Harbor Freight Tri-fold aluminum, about $110, seldom on sale anymore. is the lightest, longest lasting ramps I ever bought, going on 15 or more years. You'll learn real quick, not to load in 4-wheel drive, and look for a swale or curb that gets your ramp a little less steep to be more comfortable. My first time loading freaked me out! Make sure your front bumper isn't the same height as rear window. I've used an old mx tire as a bumper in the back of the bed, til I installed tool box. Usually use all 4 tiedown straps hooked to front truck bed, and hook to front atv rack, plenty of holding power.
Thanks for the good info Mundy. Unfortunately the bumper goes right into my window, which you know our Toyota windows are not cheap to replace. I'm thinking wheel blocks to keep it from moving forward but also making them a size that gets more ATV in truck as well as a foam Guard. Why not wheel drive, seems like more grip and steady speed?
You have way too much power in 4 wheel, Simple wedge shaped wheel blocks will work. Just play around with ideas and tape measure. Light weight pallet cut to fit might work to protect window. Don't try backing it in the bed ,no vision and less control!