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- Part Size:67"L x 14"W x 10"H
- Style:2 Piece
- Part #:RR-XT-2
- Includes two 2-piece ramps
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Race Ramps Car Service Ramps Part #RR-XT-2 Customer Reviews
34 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Richard D (THE VILLAGES, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Corvette — Jan 15, 2019 5:54 AM
I needed a way to get my C6 off the ground without rubbing the front end against obstacles. The Race Ramps have a gentle incline and this allows me to get my Corvette off the ground. This purchase is recent and I have only used the ramps once without a problem.
Reviewed by Steven S (Little Elm, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Camaro — Nov 05, 2018 8:22 AM
I had previously been using a pair of Rhino ramps. The problems were the incline was too steep requiring plywood in front of them to step up the car, concerns of their durability with them being hollow and they slid when pulling up on them. These Race Ramps solved all 3 issues. They don't slide when I pull up on them, they are solid (no worry of collapsing) and the incline is more gradual (no scraping). The only downside is the large price difference between the 2 brands.
Reviewed by Gregg H (Buffalo, NY) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Corvette — Jan 05, 2017 9:33 AM
Bought these ramps after contacting the manufacture over concerns about ground clearance on my 2010 Corvette Grand Sport. I was advised these would work with no problems as long as the vehicle was stock (ie.tires,suspension,lower spoiler etc). I have not had a chance to use them as of yet but they are made with the same high quality as other Brute/Race Ramp quality products that I have used in the past. Shipping was very fast as per usual with AutoAnything.
Reviewed by william b (Columbia, SC) — Dec 22, 2015 5:09 PM
Pros: Works well for my lowered vehicles Lightweight Has not slid on my garage floor (yet) Cons: Expensive Had to purchase the Xtenders to avoid rubbing my car's front fascia For some cars (fwd), you may not be able to get jack stands under the front jack points when removing the first section of the ramp