To jack or not to jack!

Discussion in 'Dodge Charger SRT 392' started by HiTech, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. HiTech

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    Just picked up my 2016 SRT 392 Charger and was looking to remove the 20" wheels for cleaning. Since its been snowing here in Pa. I want to get the salt off the rims and brake calipers.
    Where do you place the floor jack to lift without causing damage? They have that trim piece at the bottom and was thinking to put a piece of plywood across the jack to spread the load. Please any help in safely lifting for maintenance. In the old days we would jack up the rear, and put stands under the tubes. The SRT rear looks fragile to jack on.

    Thanks.....
    Sorry for the post. I should of looked before I ask the question. I did find my answer on the forum.
     
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    I'm glad you found the information you needed.
     
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    MABBRYFL30 NYS President Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member

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    good luck with the snow, we are due some tonight. I cant imagine your cat gets any traction
     

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