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My jack wont raise my trooper high enough - 1999 Isuzu Trooper

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Someone has changed it to larger tires, refer to owners manual for recomended tire aplication

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Assuming that correctly positioning the jack as shown in the owner's manual, then you need a different jack.

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Loosen lugs first. Chock opposite front wheel. Put emerengcy brake on. Jack up vehicle where the rear spring meets with the frame. Raise vehicle about 1 inch swap tires. Install lugs snug. Lower vehicle till tire just touches the ground then tighten lugs. Finish lowering the jack and remove chock place both in vehicle.
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