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Old 08-29-2007, 07:15 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by ghatfield
I have wondered about this too.... where to jack? See the attached photo. Do I place the jack under the "diamond?" Seems pretty obvious, but I want to know for sure. I have a hydraulic jack that I could use.

I raise mine all the time using the 'jacking point' shown in this post. It is actually located right under the frame. I use a 6" X 6" piece of lexan under it for protection with a bottle jack, then use a jack stand under the axle mounting bracket for safety. Never had any distortion or slippage!

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