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SFC install...4 post lift

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    Exclamation SFC install...4 post lift

    Hey guys, I live in PA and I'm looking to install a set of UMI's 3pt bolt-on subframe connectors. Does anybody have a 4post lift I could use? Really want these installed asap, any information on where I can find one would be gladly appreciated.

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    I built 4 of these:



    Didn't feel like jacking up the car to show you them under the tire, but I think you can understand.

    I also made extensions for those to raise it by another ~4"

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    What are the dimensions on that?

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    2"x4"x14" lg.

    Helps if you have a lot of scrap 2x4s around

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    Making it hard on yourself. Get some bricks and stack them two wide and two high. I put a floor jack on each end just in case something decided to give way. Done in less than an hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c5z28 View Post
    Making it hard on yourself. Get some bricks and stack them two wide and two high. I put a floor jack on each end just in case something decided to give way. Done in less than an hour.
    I agree.

    I used a 4x4.

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    i have one you can use as long as your bring welding equipment or what ever... i'm in telford...

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    Hey spaz, when can I come over and use it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by molecularmann View Post
    Hey spaz, when can I come over and use it???
    not this weekend but next weekend would work... i got a ton of crap to do this weekend...

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    this be the lift... excuse the blazer on it... needed an oil change...


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