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RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps (16,000-lb capacity) EXPIRED

crazeedave 492 317 January 9, 2015 at 04:12 PM in Auto Parts & Supplies (8) More Advance Auto Parts Deals
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Promoted 01-10-2015 by persian_mafia at 12:26 AM View Original Post
Advance Auto Parts has RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps (16,000-lb capacity) on Sale for $54.99 - $20 w/ coupon code TRT25 = $34.99. Select free store pick up to save on shipping, otherwise shipping is $15.62. Thanks dvdgry84

Price Comparison: Our research indicates that the RhinoGear RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramps (16,000-lb capacity) is $20 lower (36% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $55. - persian_mafia
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Edited January 9, 2015 at 11:13 PM by crazeedave
Need to pick up some ramps and found this deal to be really good compared to other stores. These are the RhinoRamp MAX.

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/...10157442-P

Code: TRT25

Total Should come out to 34.99 with Store Pickup.

***forgot to mention, use your cash back sites for this purchase. The one I used gave me back 5.5%***
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#3
Hah, awesome, was just looking at this at O-reily this morning! In for 1, thanks, OP!
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use trt30 to get 30% off anything if you need something that doesn't meet the $$ for trt25
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This is one of those items that people overlook when they start slamming the Advance Auto coupon codes with their whole "RockAuto is soooo much cheaper" rhetoric. These things are great, and cheaper than nearly anyone else, minus some sort of crazy sale.
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how tall are these? Wondering if I should replace my home made step up ramp
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how tall are these? Wondering if I should replace my home made step up ramp
According to the Amazon page [amazon.com], they're about 8.6" tall...which seems about right.
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Real handy for oil changes. Nice deal.

Paid $45 a few years ago for the 12000lb version. This one is 16000.
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Be aware that these ramps may not work for many smaller vehicles especially those that sit low or have a front valance/air dam. The ramp is too steep for such vehicles and will allow the front of the car to hit the ramp before the wheels start moving upwards. Also as many others have stated these ramps can slide when you try to drive up on them.
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Be aware that these ramps may not work for many smaller vehicles especially those that sit low or have a front valance/air dam. The ramp is too steep for such vehicles and will allow the front of the car to hit the ramp before the wheels start moving upwards. Also as many others have stated these ramps can slide when you try to drive up on them.
Should brace these against some kind of lip (front of garage) or perhaps put them on carpet patches.
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Quote from rcglfr View Post :
Be aware that these ramps may not work for many smaller vehicles especially those that sit low or have a front valance/air dam. The ramp is too steep for such vehicles and will allow the front of the car to hit the ramp before the wheels start moving upwards. Also as many others have stated these ramps can slide when you try to drive up on them.
I posted this before but u can mod it like this girl did for her wrx. http://youtu.be/jvGvEsDsVvU at 0:18
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Quote from rcglfr View Post :
Be aware that these ramps may not work for many smaller vehicles especially those that sit low or have a front valance/air dam. The ramp is too steep for such vehicles and will allow the front of the car to hit the ramp before the wheels start moving upwards. Also as many others have stated these ramps can slide when you try to drive up on them.

They were probably trying to use them in the garage. It's probably best to do these on the driveway where you have a rough surface. On a smooth surface, I can see how these can slide. I just bought these but have not picked them up yet since I don't need them til tomorrow.
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Quote from dvdgry84 View Post :
They were probably trying to use them in the garage. It's probably best to do these on the driveway where you have a rough surface. On a smooth surface, I can see how these can slide. I just bought these but have not picked them up yet since I don't need them til tomorrow.
In 4 1. Chock the rear tires and use mats case solved. If your really paranoid use jack stands just to be safe. I have never had a problem with my 12000lb set. Never slides...never in my garage.Cool
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Last edited by iBuySh1tUp January 9, 2015 at 08:34 PM.
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Rhino Ramps are amazing. I own a 1200lb set and want to buy this one, even though I have no real need.


If you are worried about sliding, place a cinder block behind each ramp. I did that my first few times and quickly realized I don't need that. Asphalt driveway and learning how to slowly drive the car up the ramps works.
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