|08-18-2013 04:38 PM|
|Gyrocat||Just got the rear done. The Jeep did not wooble any at those locations. I think that I will find some rubber caps for the top of the jack stands as placing them on the frame and not extensions welded to the frame would be a better option. Placing wood on a jack seems plausible but on top of stands doesnot seem safe. Thanx for the reply.|
|08-18-2013 02:15 PM|
Is that a safe spot ?
I always had troubles but made it work. Just picked up the rubber caps thinking they might help.
|08-18-2013 02:00 PM|
|Gyrocat||Overthnking the issue. used the rear of my rock rails that are attached to the frame. Works like a charm, almost done. Hope the Rancho 9000xl shocks live up to their reputation.|
|08-18-2013 11:07 AM|
|Gyrocat||Also the Jackstands I am using are Harbour Freight 6 ton on a 2011 JKU. The amount of touching s little,but I don't know if this would cause a problem or not. Maybe I am overthinking this issue.|
|08-18-2013 10:30 AM|
rear jackstand position passenger side
Working on my Rancho 2 inch sport lift this weekend and ran into a curious problem. Where do you safely put the jackstands on the passenger side of the vehicle? If I put them behind the lower control arm frame position it looks like the foot will touch the gas tank. Should I put some wood between the foot and the frame or is there a better solution?