For some cars with very low ground clearance, the 10.8˚constant incline of the RR-56 or RR-XT (67”) Race Ramps is too steep. For these cases Race Ramps offers optional XTender Ramps with a 6.8˚ incline. An alternative solution to XTenders is 2-Stage Incline ramps. The designation "2-Stage" indicates that the ramp features two distinct inclines over the length of the ramp. Anyone who has been contemplating the purchase of the standard ramps with the optional XTenders should consider the 2-Stage Incline Ramp solution which is less expensive and more convenient to handle and store.
Reverse Logic Limited has been shipping two models of the 2-Stage Incline Ramps since 2011. The entry level RR-72-2 ramps are 8” high by 12” wide with an overall length of 72”. The RLL-87-2 ramps are 10” high by 14” wide with an overall length of 87”. Think of these ramps as standard RR-56-2 and RR-XT-2 Race Ramps with integrated XTenders.
Heavy Duty versions of the RR-72-2 and RLL-87-2 ramps, with reinforced top surfaces, are available. The standard ramps have a 3000 pounds per pair capacity and the heavy duty option increases the capacity to 5000 pounds per pair. The RLL-80-2 ramp is not available with the Heavy Duty option.
Reverse Logic offers a third 2-Stage Incline Ramp model, the RLL-80-2. This ramp features an invertible incline section which can be used as a 6” high trailer ramp. The 9” high platform section of the RLL-80-2 ramp is cradle shaped to help keep the tires in position when the opposite end of the car is raised with a floor jack.