Joe Bruntz said:I don't have an answer to your question, but my Z is lowered and I want to know what you guys are using to lift your cars. Ramps, jack stands, etc.?
I have 8 2by10's that I stairstep so I can drive up enough to get my regular jack (Not RaceJack) under the lift points. I also have a set of Rhino Ramps that I sometimes drive the front up on at the same time the rear on the "Woodie Ramps". Then I Use jack stands and adjust for the heighth that I need using my jack and some 2by4's for support on the stands. :thumb:Joe Bruntz said:I don't have an answer to your question, but my Z is lowered and I want to know what you guys are using to lift your cars. Ramps, jack stands, etc.?
Good idea; just make sure the screws are short so the head is flush or countersunk with the upside or you'll probably be investing in some new tires.302/Z28 said:Try running some drywall screws through the wooded ramps so just a bit of the point is sticking out so it will dig into the concrete instead of sliding.
This works like a champ at home and many of us use a version of this process. If you plan to lift your car much, it is worth it to get a low profile racing jack. While I do have Rhino Ramps, I just jack up the vette and use a board with jack stands under the cross members - works like a charm.MrKool said:i lowered on stock bolts and i got a low profile jack that still slides under the car and lifts
also i use wooden blocks to raise the car a little and then on to rhino ramps