- Ideal for smaller sports cars
- 180mm (7″) of lift for tyres up to 205mm Wide (8″ wide)
- Only 3 Kgs. per ramp
- Handy carrying strap
- Set of two
40″ Sport Ramps are a no-fuss, lightweight, solid set of ramps for maintaining and displaying your sports car. The set of two ramps lifts your car a full 180mm (7”) high and fits tires up to 205mm (8”) wide. Their 16.7-degree angle of approach is designed for lowered, short-nose vehicles like stock Miata’s, Subaru’s, Evo’s, BMWs, Triumph MGs, Jaguars, C1-C3 Corvettes, and more. (However, if you’ve lowered your car, added a splitter, changed your springs, or otherwise altered your suspension, these may not work for you – see below for additional options.) Each ramp can hold up to 680 Kgs., for a total vehicle weight capacity of 2700 Kgs.
Need a smaller angle of approach? Sport Ramps won’t work with C5s, C6s, C7s, and Vipers, but we’ve got you covered with our 56″ or 67″ XT Race Ramps, which have a lower angle of approach for low-to-the-ground cars.
Dimensions: 1000mmL x 255mmW x 273mmH (7” of lift)
Angle of approach: 16.7 degrees
Ramp weight capacity: 680 Kgs. per ramp
Total weight capacity: 2700 Kgs. per set
Maximum tire width: 205mm
Product weight: 2.70 Kgs. per ramp
- Ideal for most small sports cars such as Miata’s, Subaru’s, Evo’s, BMW’s, Triumph MGs, Jaguars, and C1-C3 Corvettes.
• 100% solid, made with a high-density expanded polystyrene that is coated with a hybrid polyurea.
• Lightweight, yet strong and durable.
• Will not rust or transfer heat or cold.
• No-skid, no-scuff material protects your garage flooring from damage.
• Comes with a carrying strap for easy transport and storage.
• Sold as a set of two.
• Proudly made in the USA!
- Authorised Australian Distributor. Shipping Australia Wide!
• Use on a level, flat surface.
• Ensure that the bottom of each ramp makes full contact with a solid surface.
• Do not exceed the recommended maximum tire width or maximum total vehicle weight capacity.
• Never accelerate or apply brakes suddenly. Drive up on ramps in a slow, steady pace.
• When the vehicle is in place, put it in park (or in reverse gear for manual transmissions) and set the emergency brake.
• Place wheel chocks behind each tire during use.