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RhinoRamp 12,000 lb Ramps. Vehicle Ramps $28 + Free Shipping

moneyman55 2 10 August 21, 2016 at 10:28 AM in Automotive Tools (3) More eBay Deals
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Last Edited by annie930ny August 27, 2016 at 08:23 AM
Pep Boys through eBay has the Flotool RhinoRamp 12,000 lb Ramps #11909 on sale for $27.99

http://www.ebay.com/itm/151459334148


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#2
These work great. no need for the 16klbs model. Those are overkill. These will take a tire width of 255 mm if I recall. Which should work for most.
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#3
Good deal, been looking at these for a while. I tried out a friends and it was much easier than jacking up your car to do a simple oil change.
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how would you safely stop the car from rolling down?
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Good point. Maybe chocks under the rear tires?

The heavy metal rhino ramps have almost a "cup" at the top that the tire sits in making it tough for it to roll out, back and down the ramp. These look to be totally flat at the top...
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Yep, it's suggested to use wheel chocks with these.
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I would suggest using the Emergency Brake.
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Dimensions are 37.7 x 13.2 x 11.6 inches.
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Quote from pringlebbq View Post :
how would you safely stop the car from rolling down?
They actually have a slight bulge built-in to the ramp that resists the car from rolling back. I tested it out, and it does work fairly well. It took a lot of rocking the car back and forth to get it to roll back down. Granted my car is pretty light. I would still use wheel blocks.
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