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RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps (12,000-lb Capacity)

PaulRyan12 1,580 907 May 23, 2016 at 03:17 AM in Autos (13) More Advance Auto Parts Deals
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Promoted 05-23-2016 by Corwin at 05:32 PM View Original Post
Advance Auto Parts has RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps (12,000-lb Capacity) for $35.20 when you follow instructions listed below. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks PaulRyan12
  1. Click here and add 1x RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps to cart
  2. Click here and add $0.29 filler item to cart to get over the $50 threshold
  3. In cart, enter 30% off $50+ promotional code TRT30
  4. Total should be $35.20 with free in-store pick up
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Edited May 23, 2016 at 08:27 AM by mlacey3
Advance Auto Parts has RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps (12,000-lb capacity) for $35.28 when you follow instructions below. Choose free in store pick-up at checkout.

Click here [advanceautoparts.com] and add RhinoRamps to cart

Click here [advanceautoparts.com] and add $0.29 filler item to cart to get over the $50 threshold
Enter 30% off $50 promo code TRT30
Proceed to checkout
Total should be $35.28 with free in store pick-up

This was a front-page deal with 126 thumbs up at $30.28. Coupon is limited time only!

P.S. I also got a $5 off $10 coupon with a speedy perks account after placing this order.

Product Features:
Portable automotive ramps with a rugged and structural design
Provides reliable and convenient access to the underside of your vehicle as well as nestability for maximum storage space
CoreTRAC non-skid base helps reduce slippage
17 degree incline provides easy use for low clearance vehicles
12,000 pound GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)
For use with tires 9" in width
Made in the U.S.A.
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Last Edited by PaulRyan12 May 26, 2016 at 01:45 PM
In order to receive the $5 off $10 coupon, you need to sign up for an account with Advance Auto Parts. I am not sure how long the coupon will last, so time is of the essence.

5/26/2016: Just received $5 off $10 coupon! Check emails.

The ramp width is 9 Inches = 228.6 mm. Make sure your tire width is not bigger, otherwise you will have some difficulty when centering both tires on the ramp!
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Amazon reviews are overall good. Looks like the reviewer that crushed them under their Tundra was trying to use them on gravel (big no no!). If you drive vehicle onto ramps too far and/or tire is not centered properly (putting excessive load on the edge/corner) they are more likely to fail. If you use them on an uneven, non-solid surface, they are more likely to fail.

NEVER, EVER, EVER, EVER (you get the point) get under a car that is not fully supported by a minimum mechanically locked lift or set of jack stands. This is the first thing I was taught by my father concerning working on a vehicle.
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I didn't see anyone that had gotten killed write a review on these on Amazon. Wink

I did see 4.5 out of 5 reviews on these.

I've used these on my Toyota Tundra Crewmax without a problem.woot
I have these and have used them many times, no issues. The guy that crushed them obviously drove past the end of the ramp crushed them by compressing them under the car. user error. I also put chocks under my tires and support just incase. Plus you should have someone(or a big mirror on the side) to tell you when you are at the top of the ramps. It is hard to see or feel.

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$24.22 for me. Buy something expensive, then return and keep the 20 off 50 code.

I still have no idea what I'd use these for lol.
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$24.22 for me. Buy something expensive, then return and keep the 20 off 50 code.

I still have no idea what I'd use these for lol.
What's the 20 off 50 code?
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Quote from badmonopoly View Post :
$24.22 for me. Buy something expensive, then return and keep the 20 off 50 code.

I still have no idea what I'd use these for lol.
You use these to work on a car... You can do an oil change, which for my car, the shop asks for $85!

Also, in order to replace the headlights on my car, I have to remove the whole bumper... by lifting the car up, I have some more space.
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What's the 20 off 50 code?
Looks like they had that coupon for a while, but not anymore...
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Damn, I've been wanting one of these, but don't have a garage.. I'd have to do this in the street..

Anyone have an idea where I could get under my car without being killed or fined? lol
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I bought these same ramps a few years ago and they have been fantastic to have around. Can have my car up on these in a minute or two vs messing with a jack. I still use stands with these just as a backup, but I've never felt I needed to.
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Quote from slickdeal398748 View Post :
YOU'LL GET KILLED USING THESE.

Read the reviews on amazon. screw these.
Amazon reviews are overall good. Looks like the reviewer that crushed them under their Tundra was trying to use them on gravel (big no no!). If you drive vehicle onto ramps too far and/or tire is not centered properly (putting excessive load on the edge/corner) they are more likely to fail. If you use them on an uneven, non-solid surface, they are more likely to fail.

NEVER, EVER, EVER, EVER (you get the point) get under a car that is not fully supported by a minimum mechanically locked lift or set of jack stands. This is the first thing I was taught by my father concerning working on a vehicle.
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Quote from slickdeal398748 View Post :
YOU'LL GET KILLED USING THESE.

Read the reviews on amazon. screw these.
I didn't see anyone that had gotten killed write a review on these on Amazon. Wink

I did see 4.5 out of 5 reviews on these.

I've used these on my Toyota Tundra Crewmax without a problem.woot
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Quote from slickdeal398748 View Post :
YOU'LL GET KILLED USING THESE.

Read the reviews on amazon. screw these.
I have these and have used them many times, no issues. The guy that crushed them obviously drove past the end of the ramp crushed them by compressing them under the car. user error. I also put chocks under my tires and support just incase. Plus you should have someone(or a big mirror on the side) to tell you when you are at the top of the ramps. It is hard to see or feel.
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Quote from badmonopoly View Post :
$24.22 for me. Buy something expensive, then return and keep the 20 off 50 code.

I still have no idea what I'd use these for lol.
Would this work with the 40 off 100 (TRT41)?
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I've been successfully using these without death for years to work on my Silverado. Much more convenient than a jack/stands.
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These ramps do not kill, but these ramps combined with misuse might. Don't use them again if you've driven off the end and cracked them. Don't use them on anything other than a flat, stable surface.

There are plenty of examples on the interwebs of people building their own ramps out of lumber. I'm thinking about replacing my old steel ones with homemade ones that add a couple improvements. First would be some kind of no-skid on the bottom so they don't slide while trying to drive up them. I'd also add removeable cross pieces for automatic spacing for my vehicles and some sort of indicator to let me know how far up the ramp I am.
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