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Ramps, Jacks, Stands & Creepers

Chevy Camaro Ramps, Jacks, Stands & Creepers

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Race Ramps Car Service Ramps

Best, most secure ramps you can get for a lowered car

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. View more reviews...
Posted By Steven S (Little Elm, TX) / November 5, 2018
2013 Chevy Camaro
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Race Ramps FlatStoppers

Ultimate fix for tire flat spots

Race Ramp FlatStoppers are unique in that they are not composed of a heavy rubber compound which tend to slide each time you drive onto them and do not allow moisture to build up underneath due to heating and pressure. They are extremely lightweight, durable and work as advertised. Best of all they are priced quite below the competition. Very satisfied, would buy them again.. With the high cost of specialized tire technology today they will save your tires and you money in the long run. View more reviews...
Posted By Dennis A (Parkland, FL) / January 14, 2016
1969 Chevy Camaro
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Race Ramps Sport Ramps

Ramps

Well made, easy to handle and move around. Was complete thrown off when the package arrived, thinking I had ordered the wrong thing or at the least only had one ramp, so light. Supports the car like a steel ramp. View more reviews...
Posted By Eddie B (Semmes, AL) / January 25, 2020
1969 Chevy Corvette
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