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Old 01-02-2013, 01:12 PM   #1
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Race Ramps on Sale!

Race Ramps 2-Piece Ramps, 56" Length, 8" Height, Up to 10" Tire $228 shipped
Part# RR-56-2

Need some extra room to access your low profile vehicle? With our 2 piece 56 inch Race Ramps, we made it happen by breaking the ramp in two. It's a little innovation of ours that lets you get underneath and around your low profile or low clearance vehicle safely and easily. Simply drive up the ramp and, once your vehicle is firmly chocked in place, remove the sloped section. There you go -- easy and safe access to your low profile car for oil changes, tune ups, detailing or accessing the suspension components. Our 2 piece 56 inch Race Ramps have all the advantages of our 1 piece models with a bit more flexibility and mobility thrown in. (These bad boys will even fit in the trunk of a C-5 Corvette!)

And don't forget. Our 2 piece 56 inch Race Ramps are sturdy, solid and Unscootable, hugging the ground and never slipping or sliding no matter the surface -- dirt, wet cement, garages or even ice! (We've got a trip planned to see if they work on the surface of Mars.) And if you're working in the garage or in the driveway, like all Race Ramps, our 2 piece 56 inch Race Ramps won't dig into, scratch or blemish your floors. They come complete with straps, too, for easy carrying and storage, or for putting in your trunk. Looking to buy a used car? Bring them along to get a look at the bottom side. This is where all the action is.

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56 inches long, 12 inches wide
8 inch lift height -- works with other products!
10.75 degree incline
1 set supports up to 3,000 pounds
Includes handy straps for carrying and storage

Advantages:

Lightweight easy to carry and maneuver
Special construction won't scratch or mark your floors!
Remove the bottom portion of the ramp for easy side access
100% solid core design
Unscootable! Won't slip or slide, no matter the surface


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Old 01-02-2013, 02:36 PM   #2
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Race Ramps rule !!!! I have some ... light and strong !!!
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Old 01-02-2013, 04:25 PM   #3
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I like the removable section idea and it has some nice stops, also...little much for me but those sure do look nice!
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Old 01-02-2013, 04:43 PM   #4
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I thought they were expensive but they are a lot cheaper than repainting my bumper when I scrape coming down a set of standard ramps. Plus they are very light and the removable part is nice. They are worth the money. I mean you might spend $50 on a pair of shoes that last you 6 months, why not spend $228 on a pair of ramps that will last you years and years.
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Old 01-02-2013, 04:49 PM   #5
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2 people can push my full weight gto up on them no problem...helped me get her back running couple summers ago...very handy to have but yes kinda pricey...i got the cheaper 1pc ones a couple summers ago
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Old 01-02-2013, 04:50 PM   #6
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yep, love my race ramps. that is a great price.
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Old 01-02-2013, 04:56 PM   #7
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The nice thing is I'm sure they hold their value decently, too...not saying the price is too high, just don't have extra $ to spend right now when my rhinos are working fine for now...but, if I ever run across a blowout deal on these I'll pick some up if I have the cash.
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:57 PM   #8
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I've had the 1-piece ones for a few years now. I'm looking to replace them because they are starting to deteriorate.

They've been great for the years I've had them, though.
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