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Old 04-26-2013, 01:20 PM   #11
20binafd
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Ok so I did what murgatory suggested and lifted one corner like I would for changing a tire, that allowed me to slide my jack under to the red circled area of the K member. I jacked it up with a piece of 2x6 to have a flush surface. Then I placed jack stands at the hard mounts on the ends of the k member to keep the front end up. Hopefully this will help future new s197 owners figure out where the best jacking points are and how to troubleshoot with a lowered mustang. Thanks guys for your help.
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