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Where are the lifting point for floor stand. thank you

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Hi,

The lifting point for your car would be in the inner side of the running board.

There are metal hard points where you put the jack lifter, by using your finger , you will notice the bulge on the 4 ends of the running board. Usually near the wheel.

hope that helps your lifting!

thanks for using Fixa!

Posted on Dec 16, 2010

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