The reviews and ratings were so high that I had no choice but to spend the money on these products, and I now have no doubt they're worth the money
As almost all of my Pontiac G6 maintenance is done myself, and my garage is really small, I used to have to jack up one side and remove a wheel in order to have enough space to change oil because my car only sits about seven inches off the ground. My picture has been added to the Amazon image for this item, and i was still able to move a milk crate under the car and still have about four feet to spare. There was a gap of 6 inches before the top of the crate touched the ground. This is a quite a raise over the stock height, and even with the car jacked up one side, I could not get it The best thing I found before purchasing these ramps was to go to the actual race ramps website to see how many" ramps you need for your car, whether it be 40" ramps, 56" ramps, As soon as these things arrived, I noticed that they were as light as a feather for their size. They feel like giant foam ramps, but they don't have the sticky feel that you can buy at stores and they don't leave marks on floor or anything they touch. Instead, they have the grip tape-like feel that you get from buying grip tape at the store. These are really top of the line products. Made in the US. In the event that they were ever stolen or lost, I would buy these 100 more times. *Edit
I've owned these for a little over a year now and have used them about 12 Another car, a Tahoe, which I also work on frequently, is now in my possession. Their weight limit is 1500#, so I believe they are marked accordingly. Although I am not 100% certain, I believe my Tahoe surpasses those numbers or is very close to them. I would estimate the weight of that vehicle to be around 5300 pounds gross with the front end supported by these ramps. I estimate around 60% of the vehicle's weight will be in this area. There was a difference of over 3000 pounds when it was built, and they work today. My overall impression of them has not changed. This tool is definitely worth the money if you do a lot of work on your own vehicles. The second edit They have now been in my possession for over four years and I still have a soft spot for It has been used dozens of times on dozens of car maintenance jobs so far, and they have Even after all these years I still recommend them to people when they ask about them.