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Sirius Car Ramps Pair Total 2 Tonne Capacity £24.95 + Free Click & Collect @ Tooled Up
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Sirius Car Ramps Pair Total 2 Tonne Capacity £24.95 + Free Click & Collect @ Tooled Up

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Posted 15th Mar

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Perfect for garage use, or for the home motor enthusiast, these durably constructed car ramps can be used together to lift vehicles of 2000kg or less to provide access for maintenance purposes. They can also be used to gain the clearance needed to insert a bottle jack. The solid frames of the ramps are fitted with rungs to prevent slippage of the wheel after the car has been raised, & an extended rear face allows the car ramps to be stood upright for convenient, space saving storage.

For low ground clearance vehicles, an extension is available for purchase separately (part number: RM1).

Specifications:
• Capacity per Pair: 2000kg
• Length: 790mm
• Car Ramp Height: 250mm
• Maximum car lift: 190mm
• Width: 240mm
• Track Width: 170mm
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They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up them doesn't mash the bumper.

And good luck not 'pushing' one or both, when you do get your car lined up.
I'd imagine the optional ramp is pretty much compulsory.
Edited by: "Robdaraff" 15th Mar
Any good for stunts?
£7 from Halfords

OK, OK it was 32 years ago... Still going strong. Wouldn't be without them!
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Any good for stunts?
They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up them doesn't mash the bumper.

And good luck not 'pushing' one or both, when you do get your car lined up.
I'd imagine the optional ramp is pretty much compulsory.
Edited by: "Robdaraff" 15th Mar
Robdaraff15/03/2020 20:56

They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up …They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up them doesn't mash the bumper.


I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source those?
I inherited a pair of these when i moved house and found them in the garage, so so useful, saved me teen times the price of these in being able to fix a few bits under my car
Spennyk15/03/2020 20:57

I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source …I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source those?


They do a extension for low vehicles search RM1 on site.
21.92 on Amazon
Spennyk15/03/2020 20:57

I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source …I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source those?


tooled-up.com/sir…870

They look a bit poor, tbh. You might find that you need to jack the car up, and slide them under. I'd personally keep looking.... These look like they're designed for a suzuki jimny or something.
Two shortish pieces of scaffolding board resting on the bottom step got my car started up similar ramps. Check the width of your tyres though, the track width of the ramps is only 170mm, which is not enough for most modern tyres, and you don't want to be driving on the edges.
Edited by: "giltbrook" 15th Mar
giltbrook15/03/2020 21:39

Two shortish pieces of scaffolding board resting on the bottom step got my …Two shortish pieces of scaffolding board resting on the bottom step got my car started up similar ramps. Check the width of your tyres though, the track width is only 170mm, which is not enough for most modern tyres, and you don't want to be driving on the edges.


I live in Nelson, Lancs - I'm always driving 'on the edge'.....of my pants
£7 from Halfords

OK, OK it was 32 years ago... Still going strong. Wouldn't be without them!
Robdaraff15/03/2020 20:56

They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up …They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up them doesn't mash the bumper.And good luck not 'pushing' one or both, when you do get your car lined up. I'd imagine the optional ramp is pretty much compulsory.


I was looking and thinking maybe there is something there which is unusual. Defo steep
These will need to be anchored securely to the ground. As the tyres will drop between the tyre support cross members and, to get the tyres out will require some force and, a lot of clutch and accelerator control. At which point they will want to slide along the floor.
Lonners15/03/2020 20:48

Any good for stunts?


All I will say is that it didn't end well for me when I tried them with roller skates
This is a ridiculous price, they’ve really ramped their prices up recently.
Robdaraff15/03/2020 20:56

They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up …They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up them doesn't mash the bumper.And good luck not 'pushing' one or both, when you do get your car lined up. I'd imagine the optional ramp is pretty much compulsory.


I ended up making a wooden pair for those very reasons.

I'm sure these are perfectly safe but the little welds make me a little nervous.
BanbanaNan16/03/2020 22:42

This is a ridiculous price, they’ve really ramped their prices up recently.


Yes, the price is certainly steep.
Don't bother. I have a set of these. My car and van gets part way up then they shoot off down the driveway and drop the vehicle back down to the floor. If you bolt them down to the floor then yes they maybe OK, but no good as portable.
Robdaraff15/03/2020 20:56

They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up …They look a bit steep. I'd be checking carefully, to see if driving up them doesn't mash the bumper.And good luck not 'pushing' one or both, when you do get your car lined up. I'd imagine the optional ramp is pretty much compulsory.


Looks really steep.
Made my own years ago with some old wooden joists. One of these would rip most modern bumpers off.
Had some very similar to these and didn't line up properly, the whole thing collapsed, luckily no damage to the car.
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Spennyk15/03/2020 20:57

I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source …I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source those?


Try motor home ones or at least look at them
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Spennyk15/03/2020 20:57

I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source …I need a long shallow pair because of that. Any ideas where best to source those?


Try motor home ones or at least have a look
SteamyWee15/03/2020 23:07

£7 from HalfordsOK, OK it was 32 years ago... Still going strong. Wouldn't …£7 from HalfordsOK, OK it was 32 years ago... Still going strong. Wouldn't be without them!


Bought mine at Halfords c. 1971. Didn't realise that they were as cheap as that.
Can't use them now as the lip underneath the front bumper of my car fouls on the metal frame.
Make sure you don't get the same problem.
Cars in the 70s weren't as low as quite a lot are now.
Or just cut up some planks from the local skip and attach in a stair like fashion ontop of each other.
alecb17/03/2020 23:44

Bought mine at Halfords c. 1971. Didn't realise that they were as cheap as …Bought mine at Halfords c. 1971. Didn't realise that they were as cheap as that.Can't use them now as the lip underneath the front bumper of my car fouls on the metal frame.Make sure you don't get the same problem.Cars in the 70s weren't as low as quite a lot are now.


Yeah, I get that too. A block of wood helps.
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