Placing S550 on stands

NotBlake

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Where are you guys locating your jack and your stands when you have to put the car in the air? I haven't really had a chance to take much of a peek under there yet. I'm assuming that lifting via the pumpkin isn't a good idea on a IRS car?





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I put my stands under the pinch welds. There is cut outs in the trim for jack stand location . Welds are solid and I haven't had any issues
 
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Yeah I like using the pinch welds as well, where are you placing your Jack if you're not lifting from the pinch weld?
 

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I used the diff housing to jack it up then stands on the pinch welds.
 

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On the frame rails under the cabin front and back there are squares that I put my jack stands under to support it. I don't trust that I won't bend something using the pinch welds.
 

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Owners manual page 263.

Put them at the arrows.
 

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There's also arrows at each lift point on the plastic under the rocker panels.
 

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