BOUGHT ZL1ADDONS JACK PAD & MAG PUCK

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  1. Jim Hetrick

    Jim Hetrick Silver Member

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    OK, I bought the jack pad and puck here are the pictures
    pic 1 pad & puck
    pic 2 pad & puck
    pic 3 Rear jacking point
    pic 4 Pad & puck held by magnet to vehicle
    pic 5 pad & puck on a floor jack
    pic 6 pad & puck on vehicle with 5 1/2 inch clearance

    This item is nice, and fits well and wont damage the vehicle. I dont work for them, just thought everyone would like to know how well there stuff works. Thumbs up !
     

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  2. B5 Blue

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    Nice write up and pics Jim
     
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    Thx, now you cost me money. I must have the same!
     
  4. Jim Hetrick

    Jim Hetrick Silver Member

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    Yeah, that happens
     
  5. rayzazoo

    rayzazoo DRIVESRT.COM Gold Supporting Member

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    Now if it only said, Hellcat Addons instead :)
     
  6. hellcat1

    hellcat1 Gold Member

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    Jim, will the puck sit inside a floor Jack that's round
     
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    440 Superbee Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    I would think that depends on the diameter of the floor jack you're referencing compared to the puck diameter.
     
  8. Jim Hetrick

    Jim Hetrick Silver Member

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    Thank You
     
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  9. Jim Hetrick

    Jim Hetrick Silver Member

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    Yes, depending on size. Round peg round hole thing
     
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    Looking at grabbing the premium jack pad, but looking at the pinch welds on the Charger I'm a bit apprehensive. Is the Charger the exact same as the Challenger? Since they're both LX I'd lead to believe so... but look:

    Front jack points appear pretty dang thin... even the rear is only 3 layers of metal at best, and only in one spot from the looks of it. Yours appears to be 4. Still, doesn't look like it'd fill that jack pad very well. One spot in the front is already bent. Am I missing something? I called the guy who makes these and he said to buy the Mustang one for the Charger.

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  11. JonWrong

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    I agree. I don't know that any jack pad will help on the front of the charger.
     
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    I have access to a lift, it's just 30 minutes away so I wanted to do a home approach first.

    Any idea where I'd position the lift points for up front?
     
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    I placed a microfiber over the pad, so metal wouldn't touch the plastic skirt directly. But I think this shows where you are supposed to place the jack (on the rail).

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    Great idea.

    No issues or bad sounds when you lifted her up on those pinch welds? Did yours look to be as thin as mine?!
     
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    It's not on the pinch welds. It is just inboard of them on a flat spot. It's hard to see with the microfiber, but you should see it when you are under the car. No sounds or damage. I think if you go on the pinch welds, they will crush.
     

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