Trailers are the best option. They are so inexpensive to rent. With rentals they don't take up your driveway space.
I wasn't the one On the Ramps My friend was loading My 140H3 and it caught the ramps just right and down he and the Tractor went. There was a Old Loading dock at the dealership we could have used But he didn't want to. But that's the reason I Bought the Madd Ramps Don't have to worry about the Ramps ever Falling My Last house I had a elevated Parking area by My ditch and the Pick Up cleared it By 8inches That was as Far as You could fall if the Ramps slipped . Also Have a adjustable Height ramp that Northern Tool use to sell. It work But it Takes forever to adjust the height adjustable legs. But it perfect for Loading the Medium Garden tractors Probably would work with a X700 series if I had a 8 ft Box Pick upI've used them before to put a tractor in a pickup but never again. I had mowed with the tractor and the wheels were wet and when I started up the ramps one rear wheel started to spin and go sideways. I tipped over and the tractor and I fell to the ground. But for the grace of God, I am here to write this comment. NEVER again will I do something that stupid. Once the wheel started to spin I had no control over it. It only takes one time to be the last. Backing up to a slope would help but if your ramps are too short the power required to go up them is too much and the grip of the ramp/tires is all you have halfway up the ramp.
My little trailer was $200.Would be nice to have a trailer and save trips to and from rental places. Owned trailer could just pick up and go when ready. Then, there is license and insurance..... I'm getting a headache. I think I'll get some more coffee and consider some mowing time on the tractor.....
These are the one I bought. It’s a set of two hinges.ramp hinges? could you post a pic of them?