a stupid question...

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  1. 392

    392 Silver Member

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    can anybody show me a pic of the perfect spot to put a low profile floor jack to raise a front wheel off the ground?.....does have the same flat spot my 13 srt8 challenger has.....Am I missing something?.....thanks everybody.....
     
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    Pinch weld? Do u have the zl1 jack pad?
     
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    what does that look like?
     
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    my 392 has a flat spot for the jack...this one does not
     
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    U prolly don't have one then lol. Try using the search function on this forum to find what you're looking for
     
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    thanks
     
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    Pretty much your only option is the pinch weld. There's a slot in the bottom plastic right about where the fender and door meet. U may not necessarily need the jack pad depending on your jack but just be careful not to crack or crush the plastic. If u can't do that then I'd order the zl1 jack pad. They are a vendor on this site. That is unless u need it jacked up today....
     
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    thankyou....
     
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    have a link for the pad?
     
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    edit. don't know if i cant put the link in here. ill pm you
     
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    no question is stupid.. :)
     
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    thanks, but sometimes we miss the obvious.......
     
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    thanks for all the input....I guess I ll try the zl1...
     
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    392 I just remembered if you lift up at the rear jack point it will lift that whole side of the car up. If your jack is low profile enough that would do the trick for u for sure. If u look under the car at the front of the rear wheel well you'll see what looks like a round bumper I guess. Can't remember cuz it's been a while since I've been under there but I do remember lifting at that jack point will lift that whole side of the car fairly evenly. Maybe someone else can comment on that jack point
     

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