Race Ramps™ Solid Low Profile Car Service Ramps - 3,000 lb Capacity
Dodge Viper Shown On Our Low Profile Car Ramps For Low Clearance Vehicles

If you drive a low profile sports car like a Corvette, these race ramps give you access to the underbody to change the oil, check the transmission or simply inspect the underbody of your valuable car. Their gradual incline meets the clearance needs of vehicles like the Corvette C5 and C6, Dodge Viper, Porsche, Ferrari and Mustang without the need for extensions like other car ramps. The low profile car ramps from Brute are also great for storing or displaying your vehicle and come in two sizes and one or two piece designs.

  • Supports up to 1,500 lbs per ramp
  • 10-3/4° loading angle
  • Available in multiple lengths
  • One- and two-piece configurations
Item # Description Length Width Height Weight Status Price Quantity
RR-56 1-Piece Ramps
For standard sports cars
56" 12" 8" 10 lbs
In Stock

RR-56-2 2-Piece Ramps
Detach to allow more creeper space
56" 12" 8" 10 lbs
In Stock

RR-XT 1-Piece Ramps
For sports cars with low clearances
67" 14" 10" 15 lbs
In Stock

RR-XT-2 2-Piece Ramps
For sports cars with low clearances
67" 14" 10" 18.5 lbs
In Stock

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The Race Ramps Solid Low Profile Car Service Ramps were designed with a gradual incline to meet the clearance needs of low-profile vehicles without the need for extensions. Manufactured from polystyrene and encapsulated with high-performance polyurethane, these lightweight service ramps feature straps for carrying or hanging for storage, and can support up to 1,500 lbs. The race ramps can quickly and easily give you access to your vehicle's under body to change your oil, check the transmission, or do an inspection. They will not slide during use or damage your floor.

Race Ramps low-profile car ramps
Solid core high-performance polyurethane
3,000 lbs (per pair)

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Before using the ramps ensure other persons are clear of the vehicle and the ramps
  • Ensure that the ramps are free from damage or corrosion before use.
  • Use only a single pair of wheel ramps at the front or rear, do not use two ramps on one side of the vehicle
  • Position the ramps in line with the wheels, with the steering wheel pointed straight and the incline against the tire tread
  • Carefully drive the vehicle onto the automotive ramps until it is in the correct position
  • Turn the engine off, apply the parking brake, get out of the vehicle and securely chock the remaining wheels on the ground
  • Before starting work, walk around the vehicle ensuring it is securely positioned
  • Always use jack stand if a person will be going under the vehicle
  • On completion of the work, check the parking brake is still firmly on and remove the chocks
  • It is important to drive very slowly when coming off the ramps to prevent the automotive bodywork from making contact with the car ramp
  • Exercise caution when using these car ramps with a trailer or three wheeled vehicle


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