When I decided to change the oil in my Honda Accord, I found that, unlike my previous cars, I could not get under the car to reach the oil drain bolt. What to do? A few minutes later, I found that Walmart sells these. I use chocks for the rear wheels and, for extra safety, a set of jack stands (not that these ramps seemed stressed), but the job goes easy with a few more inches of clearance.
About This Item
- Skid-resistant feet
- RhinoGear ramps have a 12,000-lb GVW capacity
- 17-degree incline for low-clearance vehicles
- Strong plastic design
- Plastic vehicle ramps have a nesting design for easy storage
- Vehicle ramps dimensions: 36" L x 12" W x 8.5" H
- Helpful for performing work on your car or truck at home or the shop
- Gives improved clearance for doing work underneath
- Makes it easier to change the oil and do many other kinds of tasks
- Designed to stay in place for improved safety
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
36.00 x 12.00 x 8.50 Inches
They do the Job
Got a great deal at Walmart.
Yes! agree what these men said, I had a pair about a year ago, but when I was at Home Depo somebody cut my cable and took them. Boy! I'm was pretty bumped out. I paid 50.
Good for the home mechanic
Much quicker than jacks and stands, plenty of room to crawl up under the vehicle, very sturdy on level paved surface, gravel surface seems to bend them a little
These are a must have for a driveway mechanic. They raise the car higher off the ground than jacks and jack stands and are much safer to work under your car. I wish I would have bought a pair of these RhinoRamps years ago. Not only are they sturdy but they are lightweight and one fits over the other making them easier to store.
The Rhino Ramps are exactly what I'd hoped for when I bought them online. They were rated for and strong enough for the front end of my full-sized truck, they're lightweight which added the portability I needed, and they stack together to conserve room when not in use. Not only have I recommended them to a friend of mine, I highly recommend them to anyone like me who isn't young enough to be lugging around iron ramps, crawling underneath with jack-stands, and dragging around a hydraulic jack.
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