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911rox

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  1. I lift the car using only the rear jack-points on the car. That will lift the entire side of the car high enough, that it is easy to put a jackstand under the front mount points. Thanx Orient, makes sense considering the stiffness of these vehicles...
  2. Whilst I have no input on the jacking from the engine vs jacking from the crossmember- I do have a suggestion for jacking the rear (from the cross-member) without risking damage to engine and avoiding clearance issues or the use of ramps which can be dangerous. If you jack at the rear points, one at a time and slide a 3-4 inch timber block under each tyre, then repeat on the other side, you give yourself an extra 3-4 inches clearance to slide the jack straight under to the cross member and lift the car without clearance issues. This is what I intend to do... Just one question, when placing the front jack stands, how do you place them under the lifting pads it you are also lifting there? Or do you lift each side from elsewhere to allow the lifting pads free for the stands???
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