A good idea is to always carry a short (6/8" piece of old scrap (??) 4x4 wood to use as a spacer on the bumpers, from the jack to where the frame ends at the bumper or just to put on top the stock jack, to help eliminate slipping
Originally Posted by gsaxe
jimbo I see bolt holes(?) on the metal box bar under the rear and thought about that, can you be more specific about he stock pts front and rear. Obviously near the fame on front but I don't see it. thanks also for the info on the scissor jack I thought the top looked worng for direct placement on the axle as it lacks a cradle! Guess I should read my manual.
The lower control arm (LCA)brackets and the lower shock mounting brackets are strong enough for single point use, you never want to put a jack-DIRECTLY-on either axle tube, they are pretty strong, but you never know !!
If you have stock rock rails, then the sissor jack will work on either end-using the 4x4 piece as a spacer--as long as your JK isn't lifted, but still better under the LCA !!