clark17357 Posted October 21, 2007 Report Share Posted October 21, 2007 Now that I have my car I can see how low it is. My trusty 2-ton jack will not slip under it. I do not want to build ramps out of wood. It is heavy and does not have the design needed to make sure a disaster does not happen. The commercial ramps (see below) cost some serious coin but so would a mishap trying to get a SGT off the ground. Still, I am continually impressed with what you folks who have owed these cars for a while think about "how to" questions. I have done some homework and found three different ramps for low clearance cars like ours. These (http://www.discountramps.com/sports_car_ramps.htm) are made out of aluminum and, although pricy, appear to be the best of the bunch if you are trying to get the front or back of the car off the ground. These (http://www.raceramps.com/store/shopexd.asp?id=1&bc=no) are made out of some kind of synthetic material and are a bit less expensive and would also be used to get the front or back of the car off the ground. These (http://item.express.ebay.com/Vehicle-Parts-Accessories_Automotive-Tools__NEW-COMPOSITE-PLASTIC-CAR-AUTOMOTIVE-RAMPS-STANDS-LIFT_W0QQitemZ330176822143QQihZ014QQddnZVehicleQ20PartsQ20Q26Q20AccessoriesQQadnZAutomotiveQ20ToolsQQptdiZ2871QQddiZ1168QQcmdZExpressItem) are made out of synthetic material and are inexpensive would be perfect for getting you the clearance needed to use your jack. Race Ramps also makes something like this. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this. Jim Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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