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RhinoGear 11909ABMI RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramp - Pair (12,000lb. GVW Capacity) $37.86 @ amazon

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RhinoGear 11912 RhinoRamps MAX Vehicle Ramps (Pair, 16,000lb. GVW Capacity) $37.86 @ amazon

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RhinoGear 11912 RhinoRamps MAX Vehicle Ramps (Pair, 16,000lb. GVW Capacity) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006EGA...AzbFMGF21Y
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Best ramps I have ever owned
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Doesn't Pepboys have these cheaper when they are on sale (around $25 plus tax)?
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I was just reading the Amazon reviews and was surprised that there were so many reported failures. I've had my Rhino Ramps for over 10 years and never had a problem. But I have the original design where the ramp is one contiguous surface with strong unitary tensile strength. These new ones, with their many gaps, look sturdy but seem like they have stress/flex points built-in. IDK if that's why some of them fail, but I won't be buy any of these. Unfortunately many of the alternatives (such as Race Ramps) are much more expensive. Safest are the good old-fashioned steel ramps.
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Got $20 other day from pepz boy
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12k or 16k GVW? I think you copied the wrong model in your title.
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Doesn't Pepboys have these cheaper when they are sale (around $25 plus tax)?
YMMV on this. my order was canceled because of glitch they said.
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12k or 16k GVW? I think you copied the wrong model in your title.
Yeah, the thread title is wrong. The link is to the 16K one and the $37.86 price matches
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This is the 16,000 lb. version, so a good price. And the seller is Pep Boys via Amazon. These are also slightly wider to accommodate bigger wheels. Negative reviews are mostly from people who drove too far or were not centered, based on the damage shown. You should also use jack stands and wheel chocks before you even think about getting under the car.
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This is the 16,000 lb. version, so a good price. And the seller is Pep Boys via Amazon. These are also slightly wider to accommodate bigger wheels. Negative reviews are mostly from people who drove too far or were not centered, based on the damage shown. You should also use jack stands and wheel chocks before you even think about getting under the car.
Why would you need jack stands here?
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This is the 16,000 lb. version, so a good price. And the seller is Pep Boys via Amazon. These are also slightly wider to accommodate bigger wheels. Negative reviews are mostly from people who drove too far or were not centered, based on the damage shown. You should also use jack stands and wheel chocks before you even think about getting under the car.
What's the point of using these if you're going to use jack stands anyways?
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I was just reading the Amazon reviews and was surprised that there were so many reported failures. I've had my Rhino Ramps for over 10 years and never had a problem. But I have the original design where the ramp is one contiguous surface with strong unitary tensile strength. These new ones, with their many gaps, look sturdy but seem like they have stress/flex points built-in. IDK if that's why some of them fail, but I won't be buy any of these. Unfortunately many of the alternatives (such as Race Ramps) are much more expensive. Safest are the good old-fashioned steel ramps.
Yep, it seems like when Rhino went "stackable" the complaints started. The old models were built like a shick brithouse.
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I love these when working on my riding mower but just can't bring myself to climb under a car held up by plastic.
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What's the point of using these if you're going to use jack stands anyways?
Sometimes I use ramps in the front, jackstands in the rear (exhaust, tranny work), but rarely.
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I was just reading the Amazon reviews and was surprised that there were so many reported failures. I've had my Rhino Ramps for over 10 years and never had a problem. But I have the original design where the ramp is one contiguous surface with strong unitary tensile strength. These new ones, with their many gaps, look sturdy but seem like they have stress/flex points built-in. IDK if that's why some of them fail, but I won't be buy any of these. Unfortunately many of the alternatives (such as Race Ramps) are much more expensive. Safest are the good old-fashioned steel ramps.
Yes the older solid ones are much better but they don't stack up all pretty like these.
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