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Blitz Rhino Ramp 8000

by Blitz

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  • Features non-skid feet for safety
  • 17-degree incline
  • 8,000 pound capacity
  • Great for low vehicles
  • Features a stop barrier to keep tires from rolling off end of ramp
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBlitz
Item Weight15 pounds
Product Dimensions10.5 x 17 x 35 inches
Item model number11903
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part Number11903
  
Additional Information
ASINB000AMMN9O
Best Sellers Rank #157,434 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

This Blitz Rhino ramp features safety non-skid feet and a stop barrier to keep tires from rolling off end of ramp. The 17-degree incline is great for low vehicles. Load capacity of 8,000 pounds.

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They are also light weight and easy to carry around and store.
David Townsend
When I try to drive on the ramps with my F150, they just slip on the concrete floor.
J. Trombley
They are very sturdy, and I have had no other issues with them.
N. Anderson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Abel on December 18, 2007
Bought a set of these for doing the oilchanges on the family cars over the weekend. They work great on cars with lower ground clearance, and are easy to set up and store. Much simpler than having to get the car up on jacks or blocks. RWD cars may have a bit more trouble getting up these if they're used on surfaces with lower traction, but FWD (and 4WD/AWD) cars will get up them just fine.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By yamkipor on July 1, 2007
I have a 07 Mustang GT and when I try to drive up the ramp all it does is push them after I get about half way up. the rubber feet are useless they don't do anything but get torn off. The only way I can get up these things are if someone holds them from sliding or I but them up against something. Then getting off them is equally a challenge as once again they get dragged around instead of staying still. They do however work great for my 93 Eclipse which is front wheel drive. No problems getting up on them or off them so they are not totally useless.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Patrick H. Hannan on October 31, 2007
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Just to let you know that I purchased a set of Blitz Rhino
car lifts though Amazon.com. I just bought a brand new 2008 Honda civic
EX and my old steel ramps would not work to change the oil and filter.
So I did some research and found your product. I ordered a set and they
work perfect!

No one has anything like this in our town. What a shame as they are
perfect for the low profile cars.

I like to change my own oil and filters and you have the perfect product
for that. Word will get around for sure on these ramps. Keep up the
good work...

I am 72 years old, retired Chief Engineer and just like to do that kinda
of work...

Great product and I highly recommend it and will do so to the Honda
Dealer also...
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 4, 2010
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Tried to get a Ford Ranger pickup truck up on these ramps but the damn ramps kept slipping forward and the rubber grips kept coming off as a result of the slipping (this was inside a standard garage floor, not a ice ring or where it would be considered more slipperier than normal (just bare concerete flooring). Could it be because the pickup truck is rear wheel drive? Next I tried to get my front wheel drive Prius onto the ramp, the ramp didn't slip like my truck but if I slowed down as the Prius' wheels got to the first level part of the ramps, the ramps would shoot backwards causing my Prius to slam back down to the ground. Worst was the ramps where now wedged under the Prius (did this for about 5 times and the last time I really felt like keeping the ramps wedged under the car and driving on the freeway to destroy the ramps and forget the mistake of a purchase I made!). I finally was able to get the Prius on the ramp by not slowing down but stopping in time before my Prius' front wheels went over the lip, which by the way was cracked in multiple places as a result of being shot like a cannon under the car. How can a company sell junk like this? I really think all the people that gave these ramps a positive review work for Blitz or are paid by them to give a good review because there was no way these ramps would work at all! I bought these ramps based on the reviews and this is the first time I felt Amazon let me down (do they even verify if people actually bought these ramps because I can't see how anyone would give this ramp anything over 1 star!).

Sticking to metal ramps, not cheap overpriced chuck of plastic!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dadbeh Rouhbakhsh on July 7, 2010
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I purchased these ramps to perform service on my cars. Figuring that despite all the negative reviews I could make these work! No such luck. These ramps are worse than useless, they are dangerous! They ended up sliding around on the garage floor, and when I got one wheel up onto one of them it ended with an ominous looking bulge on its sides. They are sitting on the side of the house waiting for trash day to go where they belong!
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Richard Greenhalgh on July 25, 2009
These things are not at all safe. They may work out on dirt, but if you try to use them on a concrete floor, raising the front of a rear wheel drive vehicle (or the rear of a front drive), they shoot out from under the wheels and become lethal projectiles. One of them actually put a huge dent in the front of my Snap-On roll around and it would have surely shattered the ankle of anyone it had hit. I have a set of these plastic POS's and won't even give them away for fear of them injuring someone. Go for a good set of welded angle iron ramps and stay FAR, FAR away from these killers.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Joshua M. Rinne on August 28, 2010
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Having done my own oil changes on multiple occasions with different ramps, tools and conditions, I wasn't expecting the horrid outcome I had with the Blitz Rhino Ramp 8000. VERY FIRST time pulling the car up, both ramps flip out and suffer horrendous cracks now creating two absolutely useless piles of crap. No longer are they good for even holding up the lightest of cars seeing how their structural integrity is gone. What pisses me off even more is that with purchasing this from Amazon, I can no longer return these two ramps that were obviously molded improperly to begin with. Maybe others work as intended, but as far as I'm concerned these are some of the worst ones you can purchase. They're cheap for a reason and from now on, I'll ONLY use metal ramps and I recommend you do as well.
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