LOL Thank you but those are the ones that I couldn't useRhino ramps
Agree, but Rhino Ramps are too steep. The lightly used RR-40's are only $93. I have to check the angle of the dangle on those though...Those race ramps are killer but damn they are pricey!
You can look here - Brute Industries, Inc - Raceramps.com - LTP Products but I don't see the risers...Where can you get used ones at? I would like to get a set along with those 4" risers that I can put on the rear
Sweet! I am going to get some! I want a nice setup that works great for my carYou can look here - Brute Industries, Inc - Raceramps.com - LTP Products but I don't see the risers...
If I had a garage I would also get one of those, but I'm 23 without a garage lmaoView attachment 1692
Was using rhino ramps with a 2x4 in front of the ramp. Then I bought me one of these.
I need to get out and do that since I am lowered. I want a ramp thats going to lift the car higher then what my ramps do now. Since I am a bigger dude I need that lol!!!OK, so I took a yardstick and performed the test Race Ramps suggest. I took the yardstick and measured from the tire and lifted it until it hit the bumper. Then measured from the end of the yardstick to the floor, and it was about 11 inches.
Using the formula Sin (x) = Opposite / Hypotenuse I get Sin (x) = 11/36 = .30555555 Take the Inverse Sin of .305555 and you get an angle of 17.79 or 18 degrees.
SOOO, I am pretty sure the RR-40's will work for my car at least. To be safe, I'd do the test for your guys cars just to be sure.