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Discussion in 'Anything and everything' started by Paul_S, May 1, 2017.

  1. Paul_S

    Paul_S
    Z Club Member

  2. Rob Gaskin

    Rob Gaskin Membership Secretary Staff Member Committee Member

    They look like a bargain. I wouldn't even have space to make use of these.
     
  3. Dale

    Dale Committee Member Committee Member

    I'd have some but the garage is carpeted, so I doubt they'd be too easy to use. It's hard enough moving the pool table about :D
     
  4. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
    Z Club Member

    That's a great bargain I think, so I've bought some, cheers for the link! They'll come into their own for me when I'm doing stuff to it in the winter and I want to move it around my (large) single garage without the hassle of physically starting it after opening the doors etc, moving the car usually parked behind the doors etc ...
     
  5. Jon_Flynn

    Jon_Flynn
    Z Club Member

    Are they good quality Paul?


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  6. Paul_S

    Paul_S
    Z Club Member

    They haven't arrived yet! I'll let you know when they do.

    The specs match all the others I've seen for twice the price. In fact they look identical to some of them...
     
  7. richiep

    richiep
    Z Club Member

    I've got a set of these. Quality is good. Can't use them for the moment thought as my jack doesn't lift the car high enough off the ground to allow them under the tyres once the suspension has dropped! Doh!
     
  8. Paul_S

    Paul_S
    Z Club Member

    Thanks for confirming they aren't made out of chocolate :)

    I've yet to find out if my jack lifts high enough!
     
  9. ben240z

    ben240z
    Z Club Member

    That is what I use to sit the Z on. Good quality and wide enough to take the 11 inch tyres. Only down side is when you walk down the side of the car and forget the trolleys sticking out a little bit. Just the right height for the bony bit of the ankle
     
  10. Jon_Flynn

    Jon_Flynn
    Z Club Member



    That sounds like experience Ben!! How easy is the car to move around once on these?


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  11. Paul_S

    Paul_S
    Z Club Member

    That's a good point! I think I might wrap the edges with pipe insulation in that case...
     
  12. vipergts

    vipergts
    Z Club Member

    I made the mistake of buying the ones that jack the tyre off the ground so you can wheel it about but you can't use them in tight spaces
     
  13. rich

    rich New Forum User

    got a set of these which I use in my workshop to move my cars around and there brilliant, very easy to move the car round when in tight spaces. You wont be disappointed guy's.
     
  14. Paul_S

    Paul_S
    Z Club Member

    Ah, that's interesting. I was thinking of getting those myself. But I decided I didn't want to spend that much. You've put my mind at rest now!
     
  15. Paul_S

    Paul_S
    Z Club Member

    That's just what I wanted to hear :)
     
  16. madda

    madda Forum User

    I've got those exact ones, work great. Came from Germany

    Would prefer rubber wheels but for the money can't go wrong

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  17. franky

    franky
    Z Club Member

    We once lifted a 310r in the air between 3 of us while the 4th fixed something that fell off underneath.
     
  18. madda

    madda Forum User

    This one is all carbon fibre but the heavier engine and roll cage means that overall mine is probably only slightly lighter than stock.
     
  19. ben240z

    ben240z
    Z Club Member

    the floor of my garage is sheets of ply. The car moves easily
     
  20. BenGT

    BenGT Forum User

    oddly, I was looking at skates this morning and contemplating a purchase to shift the car about.
    Thanks for sharing - these SGS items are a great price! Purchased.....
     

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