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[Canadian Tire] Rhino Ramps $65.99

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[Canadian Tire] Rhino Ramps $65.99

Rhino Ramps, 16,000-lb
Regular Price: $109.99
Sale:$65.99


Not sure if this is the lowest price ever.
Has decent reviews.

FEATURES

Rhino Ramps are designed at a 17 degree angle for low clearance vehicles
Nestable, space-saving design for maximum storage utilization
Integrated Core-Trac™ non-skid feet reduce sliding during use
Extra wide tire width for added security
Heavy duty resin construction
16,000 lb (8-ton) gross vehicle weight capacity
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Great ramps! Awesome for changing oil don’t risk your life with jack stands
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Which location is this?
I see regular price only
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Thank you
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DealCanuck wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 6:30 pm
Great ramps! Awesome for changing oil don’t risk your life with jack stands
I prefer wood 2x10s stacked together, but I would feel more comfortable under metal jack stands than plastic ramps.
kunamvahees wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 6:31 pm
Which location is this?
I see regular price only
Sale starts tomorrow.
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SizzleChest wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 7:02 pm
I prefer wood 2x10s stacked together, but I would feel more comfortable under metal jack stands than plastic ramps.

Sale starts tomorrow.
I've been using these for the past 2-3 years in all temperatures from +30 to -15 with a Ram1500. No problems whatsoever with taking the weight. Never felt unsafe while using them.
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dilligafeh wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 7:38 pm
I've been using these for the past 2-3 years in all temperatures from +30 to -15 with a Ram1500. No problems whatsoever with taking the weight. Never felt unsafe while using them.
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I use these for my 5000lbs SUV and survived 8 oil changes to date.
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SizzleChest wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 7:02 pm
I prefer wood 2x10s stacked together, but I would feel more comfortable under metal jack stands than plastic ramps.

Sale starts tomorrow.
They are very sturdy way stronger than jackstands.

Most cars nowadays are unibody frame which makes them riskier to use
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I was considering these a while back, but then saw a bunch of bad reviews on Amazon mentioning failure..
link.. It's for 12,000lb rating, but still...
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dilligafeh wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 7:38 pm
I've been using these for the past 2-3 years in all temperatures from +30 to -15 with a Ram1500. No problems whatsoever with taking the weight. Never felt unsafe while using them.

So, obviously since the car hasn't crushed you YET they are good. There is no way I am placing myself under a bunch of plastic trash. Maybe they are good this year, next or five years from now sitting in the sun in my backyard, but after that I want something more solid, like steel.
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misleading, not 16000lb :/
16,000 lb (8-ton) gross vehicle weight capacity which is probably 4000lb per and 8000lb both. Still a lot of weight, nonetheless, misleading. Thanks OP, will pass, I'll go for the x-tone jack stands.
if they lying starter with the product ad, who knows what else they will lie about.
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SizzleChest wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 7:02 pm
I prefer wood 2x10s stacked together, but I would feel more comfortable under metal jack stands than plastic ramps.
LOL that must be a new record for fewest comments before “wood > plastic”
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cooper83 wrote:
Mar 7th, 2019 11:23 pm
LOL that must be a new record for fewest comments before “wood > plastic”
It's true though.. you could set a house on stacked wood, and people do. I use wood and think its 100% better.

Not saying there is anything wrong with these ramps but don't even pretend wood isn't safer.
FreezingCanada wrote:
Jan 3rd, 2015 5:41 pm
We voted him in as God of RFD last month. Where were you during elections...?

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