douglas.fifield at gmail.com
Wed Aug 23 18:07:22 EDT 2006
I stick two 2x10's under the ramps and drive my S6 right on up.
On 8/23/06, David Ullrich <david.ullrich at gmail.com> wrote:
> The problem isnt really slipping ramps, its the fact that the nose is low
> enough that the lower edge of the bumper cover hits the ramps. If the ramps
> didnt move, it would simply bend or break the bumper cover. Lower profile
> ramp is one option, but I LOVE the idea of the remote oil filter. I already
> have an oil extraction pump for the boat, so extracting the oil from
> above from the dipstick tube is a quick/easy thing. Now I just have to find
> a good compatable filter relocation kit. Great idea guys! :)
> 1987 CGT 2.3
> SE VA, USA
> On 8/23/06, thejimrose <thejimrose at gmail.com> wrote:
> > non slip material for under carpets or in cabinets works well too. and is
> > lower profile and less slippy than carpet. i have the same problem with
> > ramps slipping on my nearly polished garage floors.
> > speaking of oil + filter changes - i have a fumoto on my a4 and its still
> > a
> > 40 minute job if work up a sweat and nothing goes wrong.
> > and messy. and you have to dispose of the oil..
> > my gf's 05 4runner has the filter mounted messy-side-DOWN in a big metal
> > "funnell" staring you in the face when you open the hood. Fing BRILLIANT.
> > and a nice juicy drain plug right in front of the pan, it almost makes me
> > want to buy one just to change the oil. remote oil filters are RAD.
> > --
> > nobody ever listened to me until they didn't know who i was.
> > -banksy
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Douglas in MN
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