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Old 10-11-2007, 12:53 PM   #1
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Default Jack Points 03 Cobra

where do i place the jack to jack up thwe rear of the cari cant find a place i feel comforable putting preshgure on whwere am i supposed to jack the back tires up from
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Old 10-11-2007, 01:10 PM   #2
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Default RE: Jack Points 03 Cobra

Get some full lengths welded in, they make excellent jacking points...

Otherwise...you can use the spot where the factory jack goes or use a piece of wood and hit the spot where the full lengths would get welded two.
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Old 10-11-2007, 02:08 PM   #3
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full length sub-frame connectors?
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Old 10-11-2007, 02:16 PM   #4
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full length sub-frame connectors?
LOL..yeah right, like I can put a jack even under the frame without the connectors! Get a piece of 1" boxed steel and have it welded on the inside of the pinch weld. Works great for me...Thanks Kenny Brown Heck, I even have to lift my car a little to get under the pinch weld. 1.5" up front and .75" out back?????
There is a spot in the back on the gt's not sure bout cobras w/ irs. It's about 5 or so inches past the weld going into the car just infront of the tire. That's a solid firm lift point!
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Old 10-11-2007, 06:26 PM   #5
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full length sub-frame connectors?
LOL..yeah right, like I can put a jack even under the frame without the connectors! Get a piece of 1" boxed steel and have it welded on the inside of the pinch weld. Works great for me...Thanks Kenny Brown Heck, I even have to lift my car a little to get under the pinch weld. 1.5" up front and .75" out back?????
There is a spot in the back on the gt's not sure bout cobras w/ irs. It's about 5 or so inches past the weld going into the car just infront of the tire. That's a solid firm lift point!
Most 03/04 Cobra owners don't lower their car so the jacks they make for low clearances work fine. And yes, I meant full length sub frame connectors. I got the Maximum Motorsport ones. Very nice.
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Old 10-11-2007, 06:26 PM   #6
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Default RE: Jack Points 03 Cobra

Go to Sears buy a craftsman floor jack and your done. True story; I was in hershey pa, and got a flat on my Navigator, had to lift that sucker with the jack from the factory, ohh and without any specific jack points. Had to lift her on the automated running boards and i lived to tell you this story and the truck is fine too, soothe cobra will be fine
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Old 10-12-2007, 06:36 AM   #7
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full length sub-frame connectors?
LOL..yeah right, like I can put a jack even under the frame without the connectors! Get a piece of 1" boxed steel and have it welded on the inside of the pinch weld. Works great for me...Thanks Kenny Brown┬* Heck, I even have to lift my car a little to get under the pinch weld. 1.5" up front and .75" out back?????
There is a spot in the back on the gt's not sure bout cobras w/ irs.┬* It's about 5 or so inches past the weld going into the car just infront of the tire. That's a solid firm lift point!
Most 03/04 Cobra owners don't lower their car so the jacks they make for low clearances work fine.┬* And yes, I meant full length sub frame connectors.┬* I got the Maximum Motorsport ones.┬* Very nice.
Hehe, I think I need to see if I can find a low profile jack that will fit under my car.
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