Lifting your car on a jack?
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    Lifting your car on a jack?

    When you guys lift the rear and front ends of your car (to put jack stands under) ...where exactly do you lift at? I wanna make sure im using the jack on the right surfaces..

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    Rear = rear diff, Front = that thingy near the oil pan... kinda looks like a camel toe

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    Here is a good example.

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    Thanks alot Richie.. you answered everything for me.

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    Bump for good info
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    Originally posted by Richie03
    kinda looks like a camel toe
    You jack it on the camel toe?
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