First, make sure you get the wide ones (IIRC 12") which fit our rear tires nicely with a little left over.Question on the Rhino Ramps?
I have a set of these in my cart on Amazon:
RhinoGear 11909ABMI RhinoRamps Vehicle Ramp - Set of 2 (12,000lb. GVW Capacity) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0117EETEK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_nAv4CbC2DXYB4
Regarding the approach angle and composition of the base, do these tend to skitter along the floor as you approach?
I’ll be doing this by myself. My garage is typical painted concrete. Not slick but not grippy, either. I’m just worried these will be impossible to back up into without fixing them somehow to the floor.
Thanks would appreciate any thoughts by you guys that own these.
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AFA slippage, I haven't had a problem with a painted (but not epoxied) floor. If you are concerned, use an old towel under the the ramp so that when you back-up, your wheels are on the end of the towel before starting the incline. This should prevent movement. But it you are going too fast, you may end-up pushing the ramp instead of climbing it. Slow and steady works fine with me.