Wheel cribs are a safer alternative to traditional jack stands, holding a vehicle up for maintenance or display. Made of a lightweight polystyrene with an attached strap handle, these cradles are easy to maneuver yet can hold up to 3,000 lbs per pair. For 25" to 30" diameter tires. Available in 8", 10", or 12" heights. Sold in pairs.
Keeps vehicle raised up for maintenance or display
Lightweight polystyrene construction with attached carrying handle
The Wheel Cribs by Race Ramp are designed to cradle the tires of your vehicle evenly allowing them to be a safer alternative to your traditional jack stands. Since the wheel cradles hold the wheels up it allows for unobstructed access to the underside of your vehicle. The wheel cribs comes in three different heights and can hold tire diameters of 25" to 30". These cradles hold up to 3,000 lbs per pair and are made of a lightweight polystyrene making them weigh under 10 lbs each. The 8" and 10" wheel crib models can be used with the 56" or 67" Car Ramps to make your vehicle level for tasks such as changing your oil. Every wheel crib has an attached strap for easier handling. Wheel Cribs are made in the USA and come with a one year warranty.
Wheel Cribs for maintenance and car display
3 heights to choose from
Holds tires with 25" - 30" diameters
Great for changing oil or displaying cars
Attached carry handle
1 year warranty
Made in USA
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