That's not entirely true. I have a set of steel ramps from AutoZone, and they don't clear my stock ride height bugeye. I was using them for a van when I bought them, so it wasn't a problem, but I'll have to make some short shims out of 2x4s to lessen the incline for the bugeye. It's not hard, and they'll work great once I cut the shims, but my point is they didn't work straight out of the box. For the total cost though, I have something just as functional and safe as RaceRamps, but much cheaper.yep, np man.
just so you know, you can get regular ramps from auto zone/pepboys/advance/whatever for under $50 and they'll work fine as long as you aren't lowered.
If you are lowered (I'm 99% sure you're stock, right?) or plan on lowering it, then I would actually consider the RaceRamps (if they have gone down in price).
Nothing wrong with them, but certain things like swaybars should be installed with the suspension under load. Ramps are a great way to do that. Not to mention ramps are easier to drive up on than setting up jack stands when you don't need to remove the wheels.whats wrong with a jack, and stands. or am i old-school, and out of date?
I suppose jack stand work just as fine, but ramps are more ideal at times. like for an oil change, much easier to drive forward a foot or 2 then get under the car rather then take 5 minutes to jack it upwhats wrong with a jack, and stands. or am i old-school, and out of date?