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Trak-Jax Ramps – 7.8 Degree Approach Angle

Trak-Jax Ramps – 7.8 Degree Approach Angle

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Trak-Jax ramps were inspired by an auto-crosser who didn't want to buy a new high-priced, low-profile jack just to change his tires at the track. Available with or without a 1.5-inch stop, these ramps lift your car 3 inches so that you can fit a standard floor jack underneath. They're small and lightweight at only 5 pounds per ramp, so you can easily toss them in the trunk of your sports car for your day at the track. They can accommodate tires up to 10 inches wide, and support up to 1,500 pounds per ramp.

Trak-Jax are manufactured using an exclusive, patented process. They are constructed of 100% solid, high-density foam with a rugged anti-slip coating that results in a lightweight solution that is strong, yet durable. They won't skid or slide on any surface, including ice, making it a versatile choice for any weather condition.

Technology & Features
Angle of Approach
Angle of Approach
7.8 degrees
Weight Capacity
Weight Capacity
1500 lbs. per ramp
Sold in Pairs
Sold in Pairs
2 ramps included
5 lbs. per ramp
100% SOLID
100% SOLID
Exclusive high-density foam
Anti Slip/Skid
Anti Slip/Skid
stays in place on any surface
Trak-Jax Ramps – 7.8 Degree Approach Angle
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Trak-Jax Ramps – 7.8 Degree Approach Angle
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Why you'll love it!
5 lbs.
1,500 lbs.
Expanded foam with traction coating

Please ensure that your ramp is damage-free before use. Never use two ramps on the same side of the vehicle. Use on a flat, level surface and ensure that the ramp makes full contact with the ground. Check that your steering wheel is straight and drive up at a slow, steady pace.


1 Year

Make sure you can sail right up your service ramps!
Use the calculator below to determine your vehicle's maximum angle of approach.
Then shop for any Race Ramps with an angle equal to or less than your result.
To determine the best angle of approach for your vehicle, we have devised the “yardstick test” below. If you do not have a yardstick, carefully measure out 36" with a tape measure or other straight, rigid object.
You may need two sets of hands to get an accurate measurement here.
yardstick test steps mobile
yardstick test step1

Place a 36" yardstick or tape measure at the base of your front wheel.

yardstick test step2

Raise up the yardstick or tape measure until it hits the underside of your car (the spoiler/splitter/air dam).

yardstick test step3

Measure vertically from the ground to the end of the yardstick or 36" point on the tape measure.

Record your height here.