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Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Dublin, Ireland.
Re: Suspension arm advice
Well. What a topic.
There is a distinct lack of space for lifting 145/146's!
One good point is just behind the front wheel. Get a good solid piece of wood (1.5 in thick x 2 in wide and 1 foot long) and place it on the bottom rear of the engine frame running outwards to the piece of underside which runs level with the engine frame. You have to place the wood between two bolts in the frame. That's the best part on the front side. Make sure to use axle stands and locate them either on the sissor jack points or under the engine frame.
The rear is a different story...!
Use the same piece of wood in a fashon that it covers the largest amount of area under the rear passenger foot wells. Then use axle stands in the sissor jack points...
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