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Old 05-13-2013, 12:10 PM   #1
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Has anyone used one of these with their car lowered? I have the Eibach Pro-kit and afraid to bottom out.

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Old 05-13-2013, 12:15 PM   #2
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Pull the truck up on boards.

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You can also load with the trailer unhooked an all the way up.
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You'll be fine. Those ramps are nice and long. If anything put a 2x6 or something before the ramp. You may have to do it again for the back tires once the front are up. Just take it slow and have a spotter. You shouldn't have a problem. Good luck!
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+1 for a spotter
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Yes,they work fine. Slap down some wood like said above.
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And get ready to climb out your window do to the fenders not letting you open your door to get out. Been there done it lol
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And get ready to climb out your window do to the fenders not letting you open your door to get out. Been there done it lol
The drivers side fender folds

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That's clever.
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Haha I used one of those today...lets just say in ganna have to re paint my chin spoiler
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I had used one for a 350z that I had some years back. It was a show car, so it was very low. Low enough where I always had to go sideways over speed bumps and driveways. Like others said, I used a 2x4, and had no problems.
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Haha I used one of those today...lets just say in ganna have to re paint my chin spoiler
You gotta be smarter than the trailer.
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You gotta be smarter than the trailer.
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I used one to haul my 02 once....I could not open the doors when it was on the trailer because of the trailer wheel wells...I had to crawl out the window and pull it with the window down...
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