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Note: If you want a custom and know your dimensions, go the custom trailer ramp form.

HOW TRAILER RAMPS WORK

Common problem: spoiler hits

Race Ramps Trailer Ramps make
angle more gradual

HOW DO I FIGURE OUT
WHICH TRAILER RAMPS I NEED?

Figuring out which Trailer Ramp you need can be tricky, so we’ve come up with a few basic steps for you to follow. Just take a few measurements with a tape measure, type in the data, and send the form to us. We’ll use your measurements to figure out what kind of Trailer Ramp you need!

STEP 1: YOUR TRAILER

There are two typical styles of Trailer, Enclosed and Open. Either type work just as well with a Race Ramp Trailer Ramp.

If your current stock trailer ramps have an additional fold down Ramp, we suggest you either fold it up, or remove it altogether.

 First, you’ll want to measure the length of your current stock trailer ramps/door. Simply measure from end to end.

Length of Door:

 Next, measure the height of your Trailer. Make sure to measure on the top side of where your current stock trailer ramps/door hinge, down to the ground.

Height to Door:

Now measure the thickness of your Trailer Ramp/Door.

Thickness of Door:

TRAILER RAMP ANGLE:

STEP 2: YOUR CAR

There are two different ways to measure the angle of your car. You can either try the yardstick test or choose the second option below which is measuring the clearance and nose length of the vehicle.

YARDSTICK TEST
1) Take a yardstick, and wedge it under the front of the front wheel.
2) Raise it up until it hits the underside of your car (the spoiler)
3) Measure from the tip of the yardstick to the ground, vertically.

Yardstick Test Measurement:

Yardstick Test

At the front of your car, measure the ground clearance. Make sure to use the lowest measurement you can. For instance, if you have a chin spoiler or an air dam, use that measurement.

Note: Sometimes air dams are large or made out of a flexible rubber. If you are not concerned about it rubbing, don’t include it in your measurement. Allowing the air dam to rub will allow for a smaller, more economic Ramp.

Clearance of the Vehicle (1):

Now measure from the middle of your front wheel, to the tip of the bottom of your front spoiler.

Note: To get an accurate measurement, measure from the inside edge of your wheel.

Nose Length (2):

VEHICLE CLEARANCE ANGLE:

SUGGESTED TRAILER RAMPS:

DESIRED INCLINE:

LENGTH OF TRAILER RAMP:

HEIGHT OF TRAILER RAMP:

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