These things are great!! Got the idea when my rhino ramps where just not cutting it. Did some research and found out lots of other people have done the same thing.
It did take a fair amount of wood though, but well worth it. I'd say all in all, I put down about $100 on these. I built these out of 2"X12"'s. I needed 7- 2X12X8' boards.
The lengths are as follows; 74.4", 66", 56.25", 46.5", 36.75", 36.75", 26.25", and 18".
I also put some 1"X4" in between the 2"X12" boards in order to make it more gradual.
After I built it, I realized these things weigh a ton! and decided to put some wheels and handles on them to make them easier to move around. I also screwed some boards on the back end so they could stand up and make them easier to store.
These ramps will lift the wheels off the ground about ~11". Makes for PLENTY of room under the car. I also put 2 spacer 2"X4" boards going in between them to make sure they're spaced apart the right amount, which makes me feel better as I drive up on them. Wouldn't want to drive off the side!!!
MODS: MPx 3" turboback exhaust, S1 lowering springs, Flik 17" wheels, K&N shortram intake, Hotchkiss swaybars, MM inserts, transmission inserts, Bwoody catch cans, DCSports Front Tower Brace, Charge Pipe Mod, and more.