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Unread 07-06-2012, 10:32 AM   #1
coolguy147
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jacking points?

i believe this car is a solid body on frame Suv? where are the jacking points for this vehicle?

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Unread 07-06-2012, 11:45 AM   #2
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Look under the right rear seat. On the little plastic thingy that holds the jack and tire iron they're instructions as to the proper jack points and jacking procedure.
You were right, btw, you could do serious damage my jacking the jeep up from just any old place.
This being said they're are plenty of sutable place other than the ones in the manual. But you'll always know you're safe if you stick to the manual.

Happy jacking.... sorry couldn't resist
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Unread 07-06-2012, 01:51 PM   #3
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Look under the right rear seat. On the little plastic thingy that holds the jack and tire iron they're instructions as to the proper jack points and jacking procedure.
You were right, btw, you could do serious damage my jacking the jeep up from just any old place.
This being said they're are plenty of sutable place other than the ones in the manual. But you'll always know you're safe if you stick to the manual.

Happy jacking.... sorry couldn't resist

ok, i think it's still there. i just need to replace the right rear wheel lug stud.

can i lift from the rear axle housing and put stand on the axle tube? or is that also in the instructions sheet? mom's out running groceries at the moment....lol.
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