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Old 04-14-2016, 07:33 AM   #1
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2014 Roush Chin Splitter

Any issues using a ramp after these are installed? I noticed clearance was close with the factory one and new one will stick out farther.
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I have rarely ever had an issue but occasionally scrape slightly on a steep drive. That said I am lowered on sportlines so 2" rear 1.5" front. Just go slow... bigger issue is parking lol. back in
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I have no intention of lowering since this is my daily driver... Even in winter

Just need to roll it up on my ramps for an oil change etc
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I cannot drive mine up the ramps. But I'm also lowered and I have cheap harbor freight ramps. Even my daily Honda Accord that is bone stock barely makes it up those. I would imagine it wouldn't be an issue if you are stock springs and have some race ramps with a little longer incline. I am hoping to pick up a set of these myself.
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I have rhino ramps but was thinking worst case scenario adjusting the tips so the incline is less
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Just place some wood on the floor at the bottom of the incline to drive up on first before actually pulling onto the ramps. That will get the car up higher and allow you to get up on the ramp without hitting with the spoiler.


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That's pretty much what I thought I'd do... 1 x 4 should adjust it enough.
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That's pretty much what I thought I'd do... 1 x 4 should adjust it enough.
Heck I roll up on 2x4 just to get a jack under car.... lmao
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I wish I could lower the car, but since I'll be driving it in snow (YAY ME lol) I have to have some ground clearance... read it's about 5.7 inches and we don't usually get a ton of snow, but last couple years we have gotten about 6 inches...

I'd rather not be the snow plow since I'm one of the first people on the roads and besides that... they don't plow our loop we live on.
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I wish I could lower the car, but since I'll be driving it in snow (YAY ME lol) I have to have some ground clearance... read it's about 5.7 inches and we don't usually get a ton of snow, but last couple years we have gotten about 6 inches...

I'd rather not be the snow plow since I'm one of the first people on the roads and besides that... they don't plow our loop we live on.

I have the Rhino Ramos also.

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Installed the chin splitter today... Pulled up the ramps like normal and installed it... Didn't seem to have any issues backing down.
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