|Item Weight||17.53 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||66.9 x 14.2 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||RR-XT-2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RR-XT-2|
|OEM Part Number||610074822363|
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Race Ramps RR-XT-2 67-Inch XT 2-Piece Race Ramp
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- Race Ramps are made from a patented process using space age foam and a polyurea coating and they have a rubbery textured surface for maximum grip
- Each ramp can hold up to 1500 pounds, that's 3000 pounds per set and 10.8 degree angle of approach
- These ramps are lightweight but very strong and durable
- The ramps have no sharp edges, they will not scratch or damage your floor
- Ramps have a large solid bottom that won't sink or slide on a level surface including dirt, sand, grass or asphalt
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Our 67 inch Race Ramps XT have a gentle, 10.75 degree angle for your low clearance vehicle -- but don't let that "gentle" stuff fool you. Our solid core design ramps are the toughest around, supporting up to 3,000 pounds and tires up to 12 inches wide. Whether you've got a Corvette or other low clearance vehicle, this low profile car ramp will get the job done. The 67 inch Race Ramps XT are ideal for oil changing, car detailing or other routine maintenance. Expect to be surprised, because you won't believe how easy it is to drive up our ramp. These lightweight, low profile car ramps easily lift your car 10 inches off the ground, but they weigh only 15 pounds each, meaning that doing maintenance on your low clearance vehicle won't be the usual chore (no more heavy blocks of wood!) Most of all, our 67 inch Race Ramps are safe and Unscootable, hugging the ground and never slipping or sliding no matter what the ground's like -- grass, dirt and yes, even ice! If you're working in the garage or in the driveway, like all Race Ramps, it won't dig into, scratch or blemish your floors.
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I gave away my old parts store ramps and use these not only for my car that needs it, but also for other cars or SUVs. I am a big fan of safety redundancy, so I'll still set up jack stands if I'm going to be under the car for more than a few seconds, but I feel more secure with this solid material than I did relying on the welds and bends of el cheapo metal ramps.
I paired these with the two-piece 10" wheel cribs for the back. In my case, my jack does not go high enough to actually get the car onto the full 10" cribs haha. Yet everything is low enough that I can't get enough wood etc under the jack to fix this problem. So realize if you are pairing these with cribs you might need to borrow or buy a different jack to make it work (or you could consider going with shorter ramps / cribs.
All in all, in a perfect world I would have a garage in which I'd install an inexpensive home service lift. I do all my own work to the extent my skills and tools allow, and it would make things a lot easier. However, previously we were renting (and now don't have a garage) so in the absence of that, I really enjoy these ramps. The only other thing I would consider is a full-car jack. These similarly end up costing around a thousand bucks. The advantage of the full length jack is that you get all four wheels off the ground relatively quickly and easily, so tire rotation and brake bleeding are not such a pain. The advantage of these ramps is you have a lot more room to crawl around under the car. So really neither is perfect. These are more compact and I'd rather have to deal with more work and time wasted during tire rotation and brake bleed vs not having the space I need under the car.
Before purchasing the 2 piece 67" Race Ramps, I consider what many did, which was to build my own using wood. I can use it without fear because wood can withstand an incredible amount of force/pressure. The only two issues for me was it would be very heavy to store, place out, and move around. Also, I don't have any 2 x 6 or 2 x 12 wood on hand so I would need to purchase it. Buying the wood would end up a fraction of what the Race Ramps cost (probably 25% of the cost) but wood is still expensive and the ultimate deterrent was the weight of the ramps after assembled, it would be very heavy, and harder to store and maneuver around.
Ordered the Race Ramps, and once received, I gave them a try out. They passed with flying colors. Four individual pieces, each one very light weight, stacked on top of each other, they take a smaller amount of space in my small garage. Low enough incline on the ramp, all the vehicles I work on can climb without any body part hitting the ramp. The ramps are also an incredible 14" wide and once on the ramp, lift the bottom of the tires off the ground, a nice 10". The 14" wide ramps give me additional confidence get going onto the ramps without worrying about if I am going on too much to one side or the other, with my older ramps, I feel like I'm on a tightrope, with these, I feel like I'm on a wide plank. The 10" height gives me plenty of room to extend my arms, scoot under, and that's something I can't get with building my own wood ramps, unless I build up many layers. The ramps also do not slide due to the grippy coating applied to them. I can back up on the ramps or drive forward on to the ramps, either way, I feel 100% safer than the cheap plastic ramps or metal ramps. I no longer have to rev up to go up a ramp and fear of overshooting it, these ramps allow me to slowing creep up, extra piece of mind. With plastic ramps, they can give at any moments notice, once the plastic is compromised, they can crack and buckle, with metal ramps, I feel if the weld goes, they also can fold because of the lack of support.
I chose this model over the others in the Race Ramp line due to the wider support, higher ground clearance, ease of working on the car because of the removable incline ramps once the vehicle is on the ramp. I didn't give it the highest rating because the high price factor. This should be able to be priced lower without affecting the quality of the product. Still, I would recommend these if you can afford them and especially if you work on a multiple amount of vehicles. These give the piece of mind and the larger margin of error for use and I'm glad I found these on Amazon.
I also purchased the RR wheel chocks and provided a review on them separately.
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I even taught my g/f how to change her oil and filter. These things to me are easier than jacking up the car and using jack stands and way less intimidating to a DIYer or novice.
I like how you can remove the ramps when the car is up which I could not do if these were one-piece.
Lightweight - super easy to deal with.
One reason I bought these - they don't have a lip on the side. Some of my sports cars have wide tires. The race ramps are wider than the ramps you will see at the auto-parts store (unless you get the version made for trucks. But some of the auto-parts store ramps have side lips which I am not going to rest my Pirelli's on).
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Lightweight and they don't scoot across the floor AT ALL!