Plastic Low Profile Car Service Ramps - 4,400 lb. Capacity

Easily access the underside of your vehicle with the Plastic Low Profile Car Service Ramps. These 4,400-lb. capacity ramps lift 2-1/2" tires off the ground and feature hollow honeycomb channels to prevent moisture from building up. These ramps are ideal for low-profile vehicles which would otherwise be difficult to put a hydraulic jack or service lift under. More
1 Year Warranty

Easily access the underside of your vehicle with the Plastic Low Profile Car Service Ramps. These 4,400-lb. capacity ramps lift 2-1/2" tires off the ground and feature hollow honeycomb channels to prevent moisture from building up. These ramps are ideal for low-profile vehicles which would otherwise be difficult to put a hydraulic jack or service lift under.

  • Support up to 4,400 lbs
  • Fitted with tire stops
  • 9.05° loading angle
  • Sold in pairs

The Plastic Low Profile Car Service Ramps are designed for storing and lifting low-profile sports cars for accessing the underside or inserting a hydraulic jack or service lift. These ramps lift the tires 2-1/2" off the ground to avoid contact with the solid floor and feature a series of hollow "honeycomb" channels to prevent moisture build-up under the tires, protecting them as well as lifting the under body. These plastic car ramps are sold in sets of two and also work great for low-profile cars to get a hydraulic jack under the body or apply ground effects kits. Whether you are working on you car in the garage or if you are a full blown auto service center, you will find these low cost plastic car ramps offer many uses for the automobile enthusiast or service center.

Plastic car ramps for service or storage of vehicles (1 pair)
4-1/2 lbs. each
4,400 lb. 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


Ramps vs. Jack Stands: Which are Best for Auto Service?

Review Summary (Based on 24 Reviews)


3 Stars Ramps not wide enough for most sports cars

Chris from VA wrote (May 18, 2017):

Ramps that are specifically designed for low-profile applications should be wide enough to accommodate the kinds of tires that are typically found in performance-oriented cars (wide, low-profile tires). These ramps do not work well for such tires. The label on the ramps warns that the ramps cannot be used on tires any wider than 230, which is much narrower than the tires found on most modern sports cars. These ramps should be at least one to two inches wider than they are.

4 Stars Very handy!

Burke from NM wrote (February 25, 2017):

Drove my BMW up on the ramp- with no slipping, no skidding. Nice tire groove, and front stop to keep things under control.

5 Stars Just put on side accent rail onto my C6 corvette

Alan from IN wrote (July 14, 2016):

I had been using a low profile jack to jack up my C6 corvette when I needed to change my tires or to work on the underneath of the car. I recently purchased and added side accent rails (ZR1) onto the underneath of the car. I had a body/repair shop paint and put the rails on, but, when I got it home and tried to use my low profile jack, once again; I couldn't get it under the car and jack it up without hitting and breaking the accent rails. OH...OH...I used 2 X 4's under the tires to get the needed lift for the job and started looking for a replacement. Found and purchased these ramps and I am very happy with the performance.

5 Stars Gets the Job done....

Rich from AL wrote (February 28, 2016):

high quality manufactured item. Get my car up in the air enough to get my low profile jack onto the subframe. So far so good...

5 Stars Mini Car Ramp

RedonKiLaus from AZ wrote (February 12, 2016):

I bought these ramps for my low riders. I don't want to hit the valances on the ramps when I need a couple of inches to change the oil, etc. These ramps are awesome!


Larry from PA wrote (January 21, 2016):

Just traded for 2015 Stingray, getting on my lift was always an issue but with these 2 sets of light weight plastic 6,000 lb capacity ramps it's really enjoyable. Highly recommended for any ground hugging machine and the price was almost FREE.

5 Stars Best low profile ramps I could find...

David from OR wrote (January 17, 2016):

I have a modified/lowered import car and have had to use boards thus far in order to get service jacks underneath, and to get my car up onto certain lifts and platforms without scraping or breaking my front lower lip or side skirts. After comparing prices with other brands such as race ramps (which are very overpriced), I found that these ramps are perfect for my needs. They are low with a shallow rise, very strong, durable and I really like the fact that they are vented to release water and breathe. They are also very reasonably priced. My only wish is that they came in an even wider size for very wide low profile tires. They work for at least 90% of cars out there, but once you get up to 245 width tires, you begin to get some noticeable overhang. Other than this, they are great and I am very satisfied with them.

5 Stars Excellent ramps

Ryan from FL wrote (December 21, 2015):

We have trouble at our repair shop of getting lowered vehicles onto our lifts, and very low vehicles onto our alignment rack. This has fortunately changed now with the addition of these ramps to our shop's tools. Very happy with our product!!

5 Stars Low profile ramps work great!

Brad from WI wrote (November 08, 2015):

These are perfect for getting lowered cars high enough to get a jack under the car. They're light weight and very affordable.

5 Stars A must have!

McKennasCustoms from PA wrote (October 08, 2015):

A must have for anyone with a lowered sports car - this will enable to use a jack or put it up on a lift - without breaking the bank!

5 Stars No more wooden blocks or driving over bricks!

Andres from TX wrote (October 02, 2015):

These ramps are perfect for everything when you have a lowered car. I couldn't fit a jack under my Lexus without having to drive over wooden blocks or bricks and having to time it just right to stop the car. With these ramps no more issues. Easily drive up the ramps so you can do your oil change or to fit the jack underneath the car to work on it. Definitely a great investment!

5 Stars Low Profile Ramps

Infiniti from CA wrote (August 11, 2015):

This ramp is the perfect solution for doing quick oil change on cars. With the use of this durable ramp you will finally have access to that hard to get to oil drain plug and oil filter. Forget the troublesome chore of using hydraulic jacks and jack stands. Your next oil change will be a snap.

5 Stars Low profile

Josue from CA wrote (July 23, 2015):

Just what we needed to safely fit low profile cars on our lifts.

5 Stars Low Profile Ramps

Dave from UT wrote (July 20, 2015):

I like the weight and size of these low profile ramps. I needed a ramp set that would work in front of the rear wheels of my Mazda MX-5 and space was limited. These quality ramps will help me access the transmission easier for service and keep the car closer to level when I am using in conjunction with ramps under the front wheels.

5 Stars Perfect for lowered cars!

Bill from MD wrote (June 28, 2015):

Purchased these to service my Mk2 GTI project car. Most ramps are too steep and cause the chin spoiler to scrape. These ramps are built solid and are at the perfect angle. The design of the ramp makes the, easy to hang on the wall when not in use. Why would you pay more?

5 Stars Car Ramps were Perfect

John from MN wrote (June 27, 2015):

Needed a small ramp to help with loading my car on my tow master. These ramps are perfect for this. Item is exactly as shown and arrived ahead of anticipated date.

5 Stars Low profile ramps

Mike from NE wrote (June 14, 2015):

I needed to lift my riding mower just a little to change the blades. They did the trick.

5 Stars Low profile ramps

Hardy DeVCiew from NC wrote (March 28, 2015):

Bought a set to back my truck (F-250) up on, while hooked to my car hauler, in order to raise the front of trailer and lower the rear of trailer for easier loading, Works well. These also work well for raising the front of my streetrod while getting underneath. They're Great!!!

5 Stars Great Seller, Shipped Fast!

Morris from NH wrote (February 08, 2015):

I bought from DiscountRamps on eBay and was very happy with the speed and how fast they shipped out. Great seller and fast shipping, thank you so much. Ramps look good quality and light-weight. Easy to use, and low gradual incline keeps my front bumper safe.

5 Stars Low profile ramp review

Mark from WY wrote (December 27, 2014):

These ramps are very well built, light weight, and easy to store. They provide just enough lift to accomplish under car service, as well as floor jack clearance. Just what I have needed for a long time! Very reasonably priced.

5 Stars Mini Car Ramp Review

Wilbert R Brewton from AZ wrote (November 24, 2014):

The ramps are sturdy, lightweight and well designed. The price was more than reasonable also. I have a pair of traditional ramps but need needed a more gradual slope for my BMW. I use the mini ramps to extend my existing ramps. Secondly, my carport has a 3 inch lip as the driveway transitions from the gravel to the carport pad. On a daily basis, I use the mini ramps to provide a gradual transition.

5 Stars low profile car ramps

Danny from VA wrote (November 17, 2014):

I purchased these for my 280 ZX. They provide the right height for me to work under my car and they were very reasonably priced. I also have 2013 Camaro that I plan to use when the time comes to change oil in it! The 280 ZX had no difficulties in riding up on them! At this height I can safely removed a tire by using the floor jack while the other tire remains on the ramp. I like this attack better than using jack stands.

5 Stars Ramps are just what is needed!

Dave K from OH wrote (November 13, 2014):

If you like to do your own il changes, you know that with the ground aero- items on the Chevy Cruze, it's difficult to get under the car, regular car ramps are too steep, and ta jack is too much hassle. These mini-rampos are perfect to get the car up, just enough so you can slide under, and do what needs to be done. Sturdy, strong and perfect for oil changes or for elevating the car, withiut hitting the aero items on the leading edges of the car.

5 Stars Nice ramps

Jerry from PA wrote (November 10, 2014):

I use the ramps to raise a car with very low ground clearance to get a jack underneath as well as using it to store the car in winter. The curved tire area helps prevent flat spotting when sitting for long periods. The ramps are very study and lightweight. Being plastic, there is no concern about rust if they get wet which is a bonus. The plastic can be a little slippery, but the ramp is very gradual so driving up on them normally isn't a problem.

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