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Building Your Own Car Ramps

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Building Your Own Car Ramps

Building Your Own Car Ramps I've been disappointed by off-the-shelf car ramps from auto parts stores and even high-end specialty catalogs. They all seem to be too low to the ground, to narrow for big 'monster meats', too steep of an approach angle so they won't fit under a low air dam or exhaust, and generally flimsy. So I built my own, to my own specifications. My requirements were: 1) extra width and no side channels for enhanced stability and to accomodate extra-wide tires 2) shallow appro


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You're pretty crazy! That ramp is 6 ft long!

I've used non skid foam pads under the ramps to keep them from moving. With that, I've had no issue even with low air dams. The ramps just gets pushed from the air dam a little so preventing them from sliding solves the problem as the dam will clear the ramp once tires start rolling onto the ramp

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