|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 9.8 x 11.8 inches|
|Item model number||RR-WC-10-2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RR-WC-10-2|
|OEM Part Number||610074822295|
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Race Ramps RR-WC-10-2 10" Adjustable Wheel Crib
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- Special construction - won't scratch or mark your floors!
- Lightweight - easy to carry and maneuver
- Works on virtually any surface, including sand!
- Unscootable! Won't slip or slide, no matter the surface
- Wheel Cribs hold tires with diameters from 25 to 30 inches
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For the newbs.... if you want to put the car up on the blocks, and do not want to buy / store the ramps (or the ramps might not work if the car has a low profile), make sure you have a jack with sufficient max lift to slide the blocks under the tires, as you must account for the wheel gravity drop when wheel weight is removed after a certain lift height. So the total height specification of the jack is critical, if you are shopping for a jack as the lifting method....it might take an experiment to know the max. height the jack must achieve to slide these ramps under your tires.
In my case, I needed a pair of scissor jacks ($78) that elevated to 28" peak height, and I could just barely fit these blocks under my tires. My lift point on the frame starts 11" from the ground, 4" of wheel drop leaves about 13" of wheel to ground distance when jack is at full height, just enough to slide the 12" blocks under the tires.Read more ›
Also, even reading the dimensions, i was still shocked when I got the box and realized how big these things are.
These were my first Race Ramp products and will definitely not be the last. Great products, great quality, and made in the USA!
After I considered the pain of struggling with cumbersome jack stands since 1970 and never being quite able to comfortably reach the part I'm working on, I realized that it was past time I upgraded.
These Race Ramps are worth every penny. They are incredibly lightweight, strong and steady and allow all the room a shade tree mechanic needs.
The upper pieces weigh only 2 pounds and 1.4 ounces each.
The lower pieces weigh only 2 pounds and 2.4 ounces each.
A toddler could easily use these for building blocks.
Over the years, I've heard stories about jack stands rocking/shifting under weight and even breaking. These Race Ramps won't shift or break and the crib design keeps the tire from rolling.
I saw some 2" x 12" boards crack in half one time and a wheel slam the ground injuring a DIY'er mechanic.
This set of Race Ramps RR-WC-8-2 8" Adjustable Wheel Crib is 4 pieces, 2 lowers and 2 uppers.
One upper and one lower, stacked together as designed, can be placed under two wheels raising the two wheels 8 inches.
One piece can be place under each of four wheels raising the entire vehicle 3.75 inches.
Before ordering, you might want to test your vehicle and jack and see exactly how high it will lift your wheels off the floor.
Another great feature of these stackable shorter blocks comes into play here. If your jack will not raise your vehicle wheels 8 inches, simply raise it 4 inches. Most all jacks are capable of a 4-inch lift. Place one lower section under the wheels and lower the jack. Place a 4-inch block on the jack plate and raise your vehicle again.Read more ›
to be more than fine. Removing a trans. oil pan, I had enough space to move freely around to get
all of the bolts without the bottom of the car being right in my face. I'll thank people who
recommended adding pieces of wood on the jack to increase the height. My floor jack goes just
under 20", and I found that adding the wood and jacking from the "tire change" points got it just
high enough to slip these under. Also, if you can get a second jack, go ahead and jack up the
vehicle, then place the second jack under a control arm to compress (carefully) the spring/strut
enough to slide these under the tire. I found that this method does depend on how the control
arm is shaped, however.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have a Lotus Elise which is notorious for being difficult to put in the air safely. While these cribs are pricey for being foam blocks, they are worth it for safety and ease of... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Doug E.
Good buy. makes working on my car in the garage easier and safer. I have 14 wxr hatch lifted it dozens of time with these havn't seen a problem yet.Published 1 month ago by Shahrukh Singh
I used these ramps to do a lot of work under my '93 Camaro because I don't have room for a lift at my house. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daisuke Omi-Freeman
These are so bad ass they make working under my 49 so nice , Easy to store Thanks Race rampPublished 4 months ago by Dan Burnside