JimD Posted June 25, 2005 Report Share Posted June 25, 2005 I chock the rear wheels first. Then use a floor jack under the engine cradle frame member and jack up the car as far as possible. I then slide the ramps as far under the tires as possible, lower the jack and then place a piece of 4x4 on top of the jack. Slide the jack under the cradle member and jack up the car again - this time, the tires will be high enough to slide the ramps fully under the tire. With all that rigamaroll, I still don't understand why you guys don't just DRIVE up on the ramps. Why screw around with blocking wheels, jacking it up half way, adding a spacer block to the jack, etc etc etc. For 30 bucks, safe yourself the hassle and get the plastic ramps that will last forever and be safer to boot. Amen. My Rhino Ramps work like a hose and weigh only 7 lbs. each. Jim Drive your car. Use your cell phone. CHOOSE ONE ! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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