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I have a set of Rhino ramps, but they are too steep for me to use with my challenger with stp. I was thinking about just using wood to extend the incline, but I am not sure if this is a safe way to go.

What do you all use in terms of ramps? Do you use this method?

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You can buy them on Amazon for less and also look on google for any coupons that may be available.
You just roll right up them without any effort, I have the 67 inch set.
 
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I have no problem with the 12,000 lbs. Rhino Ramps and my Challenger has the SRT suspension. I use a leftover piece of carpet under the ramps.
 

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Can't really remember but I am Canadian and it cost more. $500-600 for ramps, extenders, delivery, brokerage, etc. Worth it.
 

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I just put a piece of 3/4" plywood in front of the Rhino ramps. Problem solved.
Also I always use jack stands with ramps for added safety.
 
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I found this image on the web and it works great. Not my idea, but it works.
Ramps for Lowered Car (bottom of page)
 
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