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sleepyrx 633 424 October 9, 2015 at 05:44 AM in Automotive Tools (8) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 10-09-2015 by daisybeetle at 06:53 AM View Original Post
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Walmart.com has RhinoRamps (up to 12,000lb gvw) on sale for $31 w/ free Site-to-Store pickup. Thanks sleepyrx

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  • Alternatively, you may order 2 sets and receive free shipping

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Written by daisybeetle

Our research indicates that RhinoRamps Set (up to 12,000lb gvw) is $9 lower (22.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $40. - daisybeetle

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Edited December 20, 2015 at 12:41 AM by sleepyrx
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO MISSED THIS DEAL,
VIEW MY CURRENT THREAD FOR $30
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I MANAGED TO CREATE A
***SEMI-PERMANENT DEAL.***
  • RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps (12,000-lb capacity) $31 + Free Store Pickup or Free Shipping with $50 order.
  • Easy Price Match at Competitor if your local Walmart is OOS
  • DIY Instructions on how to make wooden plank extensions for low clearance cars for under $18, versus Racing Ramps extensions for $300-400+
I found this deal when pricing out RhinoRamps for my new Nissan GT-R and Acura TL Type-S. I searched many different stores online/B&M.
It's cheaper than any other Slickdeals post, going back many years.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/19526658

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For those of you not aware of auto ramps:

  • They make life so much easier for lifting cars; If you know how to drive, you can lift the car. All you have to do to lift the car is drive up the ramp, do your work, and then reverse off.
  • Rather than having to jack up left/right sides of the car, place jack stands on left/right corners and lower car onto them. When you're finished with your oil change, O2 Sensor, etc, lift car off of ramps on left/right, and then lower the car on both sides.

Prices from other stores are significantly higher. Amazon $40, Advance Auto Parts and AutoZone charge $45, many other sites like ebay/Northern Tool are $55.
Many stores have been emptied by the slickdeal effect. Price match at other retailers.
I price matched @ home Depot while shopping for the wood and bolts, price match @$31.

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Put a bath towel under the ramps to keep them from sliding. Put the towel down so it extends past the front of the ramp. Then the tire touches the towel and then the ramp. Never had an issue doing it that way.

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Why do I have several alerts for this?

These aren't tall enough for a low car to even get my big head under there. I guess ramps are good for your typical 4x4 height passenger car, though lol
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GT-R You are the man. Teach me your fung fu, please.
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This is a good price for these ramps. And no, you dont have to have a "typical 4x4 height passenger car" to use them. My Camry runs up these just fine with plenty of clearance.
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yep low clearance cars do not have a problem with these ramps, they work fine. When my wife had a crappie spectra (and that car sits low) we had no issues.. This is a great price for this set...
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My last car scraped on these. Come in handy though.
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got this thru the advance auto parts deal more than a year ago and finally used it last weekend for my suv, and it worked fine. others have said that it moves when going over it so you have to support it to the wall using a 2x4 or something, but i did not have this problem. oil change was a breeze, but my only concern was since the front is now raised, some of the oil may have gone to the back and hence not fully drained?
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got this thru the advance auto parts deal more than a year ago and finally used it last weekend for my suv, and it worked fine. others have said that it moves when going over it so you have to support it to the wall using a 2x4 or something, but i did not have this problem. oil change was a breeze, but my only concern was since the front is now raised, some of the oil may have gone to the back and hence not fully drained?

If you let the oil drain until it starts to drip you will get most of it and not need to worry about it. I've done the oil changes for a few years on these without any problems.
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what CB site gives me 4%? eb8tes is only 1...
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got this thru the advance auto parts deal more than a year ago and finally used it last weekend for my suv, and it worked fine. others have said that it moves when going over it so you have to support it to the wall using a 2x4 or something, but i did not have this problem. oil change was a breeze, but my only concern was since the front is now raised, some of the oil may have gone to the back and hence not fully drained?
Oil not fully draining.

I imagine this can be a problem depending on what kind of ramp, car and driveway you are using. If you are using a flat driveway, you can jack up the rear end while the oil is draining. Use those cheap scissor jacks that are in the car or get a real pumping jack. This will "level" the car and keep it parallel to the ground. Only do this while draining the oil, don't be under the car when using those jacks for safety reasons.

FYI these ramps rock. Probably will last a life time.
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Put a bath towel under the ramps to keep them from sliding. Put the towel down so it extends past the front of the ramp. Then the tire touches the towel and then the ramp. Never had an issue doing it that way.
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These only come with 2, correct? Currently I drive my car up up DIY wood slabs so that I can get enough clearance to use my floor jack + stands. This would make things a lot easier. What's better, 2 or 4 total? Seems like having 4 would be better
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The week after I buy a set from eBay these go on sale... Oh well.
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