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I have the one piece race ramps. They are light but strong. No problem getting the car up with plenty of clearance. I like them much more than the metal ones I used to use.

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Curious if the 56" ramps will work on a lowered Bullitt?
 

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Thay must be good - look at the price. Even so I have heared good things about them and no bad things except cost.
 

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I have them & they're great. They don't slide and are very light. I used them when I had my SRT8 Charger which had a very low front air dam. No scraping, just pricey! I also splurged for their Flatstoppers for when I park it for the winter.

Just one caution- They are LOOOOOOOONG so make sure they're lined up right before driving up.
 

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Those look like something I'll look at getting in the future. They would make oil changes so much easier.
 

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I'll tell you what I did. I went to Home Depot picked up (5) 2x12x8 boards, squeeze tube of liquid nails,a box of 3" wood screws and 2 handles and built my own. They are 5 levels high 6',5',4',3',2' and put the handle on the end so I can drag them around the garage. This gives them a very gradual incline for lowered stangs and still gets you almost 10" off the ground! Granted they weigh a little more than 10 lbs, they only cost me $50!!!!

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Sounds awesome!

Pictures would be great Scott!
 
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