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Old 02-20-2007, 05:24 PM
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Lifting a car?

Alright boys heres a test question for ya! I go to UTI and cant find an answer in the books so i figured id give everyone out there a try! How would you set a two post lift to just lift the front of the car? There you go thats the million dollar question so lets see what ya got!!
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Old 02-20-2007, 05:29 PM
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Here's the $64,000 question.................

Why would you do that?.....Use a floor jack
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Uh, FWD unibody, put them under the pinch joints if there still good ( here in NY, they rust out over time ) or just put them under the cradle/ frame. make shure the rear legs are kicked out tho.
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as far as you can outward and on proper lifting points such as pinch welds or suspension components that already hold much of the cars weight, or on the frame
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well here is the $1,000,000.01 question...is it a front, rear 2 post hoist, or side by side 2 post hoist??
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