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HOW TO MAKE A SAFE SET OF CAR RAMPS
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They do work like a charm. I made a set right after this was posted at the time and I've been using them ever since.
My car is so low that I can't roll a jack under the front spoiler so I need them all the time to get the car high up enough so I can even jack it up.

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Mike

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#12
Are you able to push the car up since our cars are not the lightest? Or do you drive up?
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#13
Drive. I can't push it up the steps on the ramp.

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#14
I like the wood idea!

However I have these Harbor Freight ramps on
my X-Mas List.

http://www.harborfreight.com/magnum-8tm-...chock.html

Paul
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#15
Here is the set I bought from Advance Auto. With promotions added in, they can be bought for $30, which isnt a bad price.

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/rhino...10157441-P
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rocket366;246982 Wrote:I like the wood idea!

However I have these Harbor Freight ramps on
my X-Mas List.

http://www.harborfreight.com/magnum-8tm-...chock.html

Paul

We have a set of those and they work well. We use them primarily for our 89 GT which is very low to the ground.

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