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My car is lowered with neuspeed sport springs and type r front lip, will my car be able to get onto these ramps without scraping? If i do actually get onto the ramp, will there be enough room to do an oil change or will space be cramped?
 

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I have the black plastic ones, not the metal kind, and even at 0.75" drop, I can't get up on it. I don't even have aftermarket bumpers or lips, just stock front end.
 

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I have a set of Rhino ramps, and there is no way to get a Integra on them without scraping even at stock height.I have a set of Tein S-Tech spring, so I have to kick them under the tire so the bumper doesnt move them, this is the only ramp that I've seen that could help you without scraping
 

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Interesting??? When the car is on the ramp, is it high enough to get unreneath the car for an oil change? It looks kinda low.
 

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at the bottom is says that you should use em only to lift the car enough to put a jack under. I'm assuming that you're not going to be able to get under the car very well.
 

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you could alway get a little kid to do it

...j/k


or you could RhinoLine your lower lip so it doesnt get scraped
 

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midnightkiddc2 on Feb/09/04 said:
you could alway get a little kid to do it

...j/k


or you could RhinoLine your lower lip so it doesnt get scraped
LOL

These friggin oil changes are getting expensive!! I wanna do it myself and save some cash.
 

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midnightkiddc2 on Feb/09/04 said:
I have a set of Rhino ramps, and there is no way to get a Integra on them without scraping even at stock height.
My teg is stock height and fits with about 1/8" between the flat part of the ramp and the lip.

Most people put down a couple layers of 1/2" plywood to get a start at the ramps. You could try that with some rhino ramps.
 

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reminder, harbor frieght sells good jacks, but when buying one remember to change the oil in it right away so the life of your jack will be extended!
 

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I had that prob with my lowered GSR and the rhino ramps
I put a small maybe foot long 2x4 in front of the wheel before the ramp. Worked fine for me. Its also a nice trick when you cant get a normal jack under the car, I just drove over the 2x4 to give it that xtra 2inches or so of lift
 

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ifrag on Feb/10/04 said:
I had that prob with my lowered GSR and the rhino ramps
I put a small maybe foot long 2x4 in front of the wheel before the ramp. Worked fine for me. Its also a nice trick when you cant get a normal jack under the car, I just drove over the 2x4 to give it that xtra 2inches or so of lift
thats what i do...works good enough for me...and i have plenty of room to do an oil change...but i'm not lowered yet but will be soon...
 

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i uses wood to stock it up a little and the put my hydrolic jack to stock it up then use 2 craftsman's jack stand to put it on both side then i can easy go under and do my thing to my teggy.....=)
 

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Those look really good...I think I may buy some of those.

What I have been doing is using my stock jack to lift my front end up enough so I can get my other jack underneath and then when I am done I lower it on to the stock jack and then finish lowering it with the stock jack.
 
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