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Jacking points on 92 4runner

My 4runner has a 2inch lift, bull bar, tow bar and side steps. i bought a high lift jack but i can't see where i'm going to jack it on. it does say refer to vehicle owners manual but i don't have one.

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  • artsjohnson Dec 16, 2008

    The jacking surface is only about 6-8 inches long and won't reach the frame.

  • artsjohnson Dec 16, 2008

    i have a floor jack that i use at home, it just gets it off the ground. i bought the high lift jack for offroad and to keeps in the car for roadside use.

  • artsjohnson Dec 16, 2008

    Thanks mate. i appreciate the help. i'll c how i go

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IT will be safe to jack it anywhere on the frame.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

  • Chaz G
    Chaz G Dec 16, 2008

    IVe had to add 4x4 blocks that i cut for a lifted bronco of mine but its quite dangerous and i do not recommend it. That vehicle had a 4 inch suspension lift on it so if you have a good floor jack you should not have a problem with a 2 in body lift.

  • Chaz G
    Chaz G Dec 16, 2008

    OH i see, well it should be fine to jack it anywhere underneath the bull bar, as it should be firmly attached to your bumper. The best way is to climb underneath the front or rear and and see where the frame is and where it attaches to your bumper, then put your high lift jack there.

    Goodluck.


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