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Blitz Rhino Ramp 12000
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Blitz Rhino Ramp 12000

by RhinoRamp
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)

Price: $87.95
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  • Core-Trac non-skid feet
  • 17 degree incline for low clearance vehicles
  • Featuring Core-Trac non-skid feet with 12,000 lb. GVW capacity
  • 17 degree incline for low clearance vehicle
  • Durable structural foam plastic design
  • Lift height of 6.5 inches
  • For use on vehicles with a maximum of 9.5 inches

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight17.6 pounds
Product Dimensions11.5 x 17 x 36 inches
Item model number11905
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part Number11905
Folding No
Additional Information
Shipping Weight17.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
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Warranty, Parts: Parts

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Important Information

Safety Warning
Read and follow all warnings and cautions before use.

Product Description

Sturdy, durable Rhino Ramps allow for reliable and convenient access to the underside of your vehicle. Structural foam plastic construction makes these ramps strong enough to handle loads of 12,000 pound gross vehicle weight capacity. The innovative CoreTrac non-skid base helps reduce slippage. Great for cars, pick-ups, sports utility and vans. Laboratory tested for load bearing capacity.

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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice product. May 27, 2006
I have a 06 Corvette and 05 Explorer and I use the ramps for both vehicles oil changes, they work well and seem safe and strong(you should always use jack stands as an additional safety measure).With the Vette, the ramps touch the front air dam but cause no damage(If you are worried about it rubbing, you could use two 1x4's in front of the ramps for additional clearance). The ramps are about 6.25 inches tall where the tire sits and there is plenty of room for me(250lbs)under the Vette. Nice product.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars These ramps were exactly what I was looking for. December 12, 2006
By Mike W.
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I have used these to change the oil on my 2006 Chevy Silverado 4x4. They work like a champ. There is plenty of room underneath. They seem very sturdy. My only complaint is - my truck kept moving the ramps. I had to put it in 4 wheel drive to get up them. This should not be an issue with a front wheel drive. I also have a 2001 Nissan Maxima. The ramps fit under the air dam nicely on the Nissan. I will use these for that vehicle also. One last note: The name implies these ramps can hold 12,000 lbs. This is not the case. They are actually rated at 3,000 lbs each. This is plenty of capacity for my full size truck, and for any car I know of.
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126 of 141 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars pay attention to dimensions March 19, 2006
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Dimensions are confusing/inaccurate. Stated height of 11.5 inches is not correct--perhaps this is shipping container. Actual product is about 8.5 inches high, but taking into account the cradle for tire, only raises the vehicle about 6 inches.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Decent ramps May 2, 2009
I actually found these,the 12,000 lb ramps at Pep Boys here in LA for $45 (special this week I think). Price here seems a bit on the high side.

The ones I got were black, which is preferable IMO.

Yes, they are plastic - but very sturdy. My care is an Sl Merdedes, total weight 4200 lbs, but I'm safety minded so I purchased the 12,000 pound model.

NOTE: this is for vehicle Gross weights up to 12,000. Not *each ramp*. Each of these ramps is rated at 3000 lbs weight.

They do work well, are easy to drive up onto, the stop at the end is certainly sufficient, and they provide enough space under the car for oil changes.

I am going to change my transmission filter, and that will be a bit more difficult.

All in all, they seem to be decent, rugged ramps. Useful mainly for oil changes.

SAFETY NOTE: as they are plastic, you should inspect them periodically for signs of cracking. Over time, plastics may degrade and become brittle or lose their strength.

ALSO: Do not use solvents to clean these - some solvents can degrade plastics. To be safe, use detergent based degreasers for cleaning.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
I purchased these ramps on sale for thirty eight at Advance Auto Parts (normally they run forty five). Other local stores sell them for fifty to sixty, so even with the cost of shipping ninety two plus five more for shipping is a ripoff. I checked the website for blitzusa to confirm which one this is -Blitz only sell two ramps, and #11905 is the Rhino ramp 12000. Blitz Rhino Ramp 12000 Extreme

I used to have trouble with a pair of steel ramps which often hit the bumper on a couple cars I used to own. When this happened the bumper would sometimes push the ramps forward before the car's weight could get on it, and if one ramp slid farther forward than the other or moved to one side as it slid, this seemed potentially dangerous. I also had problems sometimes with the tires slipping when I tried to go up the steel ramps. Eventually I got rid of the steel ramps.

The 2007 redesign of the Camry has a low bumper that often scapes the curb in parking lots, so I wondered if these Rhino ramps would work with my car. After reading reviews of other car owners who had no problems I decided to give them a try. It turns out the rounded front bumper of my 2007 Camry projects out farther in the middle than it does in front of either tire and I had no problems whatsoever driving up on the ramps. The texture on the ramps seems to work well because I didn't have any problems with slipping either.

I certainly didn't need the heavier Rhino Ramps 12000 Extreme for my car (a pair of these weigh 21 lbs, compared to 15 lbs for the Rhino ramps 8000).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Crappy feet September 6, 2010
The ramp is strong enough but the rubber feet are crap and will fall apart/slip when used with rear-wheel drive vehicles.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product, Does what it says! December 27, 2007
By Eric
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I opted for the "12000" series because they are a little wider and my vehicle has wide tires. The "8000" series were about an inch thinner. They will work great for most cars, however I am using them on a vintage Porsche that rides very low. Out of the box these ramps will not work on cars that sit really low or have a front spoiler as the spoiler will hit the ramp before the tires do. My solution was to was to create some ramp extenders by bolting a piece of wood to each ramp to give the approach less of an dramatic incline. The ramps have a hole that accepts a bolt, -probably for mounting to the floor of your garage or a strip of wood if you want.

In any case, be aware that you may have to get a little creative if you have a sports car that has a low spoiler.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Used these for years and they have held up great. No complaints and...
Used these for years and they have held up great.

No complaints and they are perfect for those summer days when you feel like doing the oil change yourself. Read more
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Published 15 months ago by Luke Clemens
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bought this for my CRV originally. now still works with my Honda Pilot. has lasted 5+ years and still going strong. holds the front weight of the car easily. Read more
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Use ropes from the fronts of the ramps and run it down the incline of the ramps, then to your rear tires. Read more
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I bought a pair of these when I started my mobile oil change business 13 years ago. I am still using the original set on a daily basis. Read more
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