Steeda's Ultra Lite Low-Profile S550 Jacking Rails Are Here!

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:cheers::cheers:
Sure - I'm not a professional photographer but here are a few quick shots:

Front passenger side mount -



Front passenger side looking towards the rear (ground level looking up, so they appear to stick down much further then they actually do) -



Side profile (barely sticking out beneath the plastic trim, maybe 1/4" or so) -

I think the pictures look great - much appreciated!

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Dayum. That's a bigger difference than what I was expecting.

My nagging inner voice says it'd be dumb to buy another set because they're lower profile, but I dunno...
 

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Sure - I'm not a professional photographer but here are a few quick shots:

Front passenger side mount -
Front passenger side looking towards the rear (ground level looking up, so they appear to stick down much further then they actually do) -

Side profile (barely sticking out beneath the plastic trim, maybe 1/4" or so) -
[MENTION=25671]ThrillSeekr[/MENTION], I guess we'll see just how well these work when we lower your car......... :eyebulge:
 


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These have been a tremendously successful product - we appreciate your support & feedback!

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Hi, what is the length of the tubular steel portion of these? I'm trying to determine if they're suitable for use with my quickjack 7000. Thanks.
Sorry for the delay ... 34.5 inches.

Please let me know if I can assist further!

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Put mine on Tuesday. Gonna come in handy when I rotate tires Saturday. Easy install too.
 

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Just ordered my set. Thanks TJ for the quick response tonight! Can't wait.
 

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Happy to help - even into the late evening!

You will be very happy with your purchase ... you made a great choice.

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TJ
 

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Hey TJ I have a question about using them.

Common sense tells me this probably isn't smart but I'd like to know anyways. When I go to install my catback system, is it possible to use 2 jackstands on the rear half of the rails so the front tires stay on the ground for stability or would the car slide off of them due to the angle? 4 stands near each wheel seems smarter but even still i'm worried about tugging at the stock exhaust to get it off and get the new system in.

Safety says just use ramps under the rear wheels like I've seen install videos show and use the rails for other work like suspension and stuff.
 

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Soul brotha,

Why don't you just use four jack stands? A single floor jack will get the whole side of the car up. Then just do the other side and you will get the entire car higher for more working room.
 

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Soul brotha,

Why don't you just use four jack stands? A single floor jack will get the whole side of the car up. Then just do the other side and you will get the entire car higher for more working room.
Hey Paul, that's what I plan on doing but was just wondering if it would be safe to use 2 on the back half. I've heard the car should be damn stable up on all 4 but I still worry about getting under it as I've never done it before.

Also there is the slightest hint of incline on my garage floor, tiniest bit. If I take the parking brake off and leave it in neutral it'll slowly start rolling out of the garage. However if I hit the brakes it won't have enough momentum to continue rolling out. I read somewhere that is building code for garage floors to incline a tiny bit towards the garage door. I suspect this hint of incline shouldn't be a problem to put the car up on 4 jackstands though.
 

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I just purchased and installed these very nice :headbang:
I also got the pro action shocks and linear ultra lite springs (yet to be installed)

I think they are most likely worth it if you fiddle with your car even somewhat often, my only regret is I didn't get them sooner


Happy to help - even into the late evening!

You will be very happy with your purchase ... you made a great choice.

Best Regards,

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