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Old 05-15-2002, 09:57 AM   #1
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I have a 25' dual axle. Where do I place a floor jack to be able to remove the wheels and check the brakes? I would like to be able to remove all four wheels at the same time. Thanks in advance.

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Place the jack between the wheels and lift at the "axle mounting plate" ONLY.
It is not wise to lift the complete coach, with all four wheels off, unless you are inside a building.
One gust of wind will knock it off jacks or even floor stands.
The safe way, is to work on one side at a time. Andy
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