|01-02-2013 03:04 PM|
I use a length of two 2x6s screwed together. It gives a wide 'footprint' and is quite stable by essentially being a 4x6.
If you lift near the body mount just in front of the rear tires, you can jack it high enough where you can access all five mounts (each side at a time). You only have to move it to do the other side and the grill.
|01-02-2013 09:50 AM|
|Black Magic Brakes||
|01-02-2013 09:18 AM|
|Jerry Bransford||I used a floor jack with a length of 4x4 piece of wood between the tub & floor jack to create the additional lift height required.|
|01-02-2013 09:08 AM|
|SCOOPYS-YJ||I used a cherry picker and hooked itnthe the roll bar|
|01-02-2013 08:56 AM|
|TJspeed||A 2x4 along the rocker guards (from the back of the front flare to the front of the back flare) and a floor jack.|
|01-02-2013 08:48 AM|
|ccwrangler||I just used my highlift on the side with some wood to distribute the weight a bit|
|01-02-2013 08:46 AM|
|fan of fanboys||I don't know the answer but the forklift idea doesn't seem like the best ha. Might work but just sounds like a bad idea.|
|01-02-2013 08:35 AM|
What's the best type of jack to use for BL install?
As the topic states, what is the best type of jack to use to lift the body to install a BL? I currently have a dreadful 3" BL and a 2-3.5" suspension lift. I would like to replace the BL with one that is only 1.25", but I'm not sure what type/size of jack to use. I've even debated pulling my Jeep in to our warehouse on the weekend and using our forklift...but that seems a little sketchy...