I have now had an opportunity to use the RR-XT-2 67" I purchased from Fred at Reverse Logic. Here is what I found:
-They are extremely easy to move about and position
-The material and construction style results in the ramps staying exactly where you put them. They don't budge as you first drive up on them, continue to drive on them, nor when you back down fully off of them. My old Petersen Tru-Cut Ultra Ramps (steel) could easily 'scoot' as you first attempted to get the wheels to go up on them, or when you came back down off the ramps.
-Removing the ramp extension section is quite easy to do once your wheels are up on the top 'saddle.' This of course provides greater access.
-The elevated height makes it easy to access and work on areas under the engine and front suspension.
I am really pleased I got these. nthego:
Here are some shots from today. You will note that I chocked the rear wheel 'just in case.' And once again, I forgot to turn off the inclination alarm :tranquillity: when I got out of the car...
The 2-piece 67" RR-XT-2 ramps are probably the most popular Race Ramps service ramp. There is an endless supply of this model. If I don't have it in Philadelphia, there will be plenty at the factory in Michigan.