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Skylane765 04-21-2013 01:43 PM

New jack pad
 
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I have come up with a alternate way to make a jack pad.
Visit www.zl1addons.com
What I was thinking of just using the nylon part only and use a magnet to hold in place, it will be embedded in the nylon.. It would not have the bottom plate. That way you could use 4 and take to dealer also the cost may even be less.
Note: the magnet is to hold the pad in place to position the jack, Not intended to keep the pad on the car when done!

I will get a pic out soon. For all that have the jack pads, they can be used and modified easy.
Here is a video. http://youtu.be/aLRU_2eOBHE
We have them made. See here. http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showth...17#post6454417

babigguy 04-21-2013 02:41 PM

Cool let us know and post a pic please very happy with the ones I have !!!They even work on my malibu!!

SPOOKYGUNNER 04-21-2013 02:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Skylane765 (Post 6450617)
I have come up with a alternate way to make a jack pad.

What I was thinking of just using the nylon part only and use a thumb screw to hold it in place, then you just jack the car up with a lift or any other jack. It would not have the bottom plate. That way you could put 4 on and take to dealer with them on or even just leave them on. The cost may even be less.

I will get a pick out soon. For all that have the jack pads, they can be used and modified easy.

COOL LET US KNOW WHEN READY

Skylane765 04-21-2013 07:38 PM

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Originally Posted by babigguy (Post 6450753)
Cool let us know and post a pic please very happy with the ones I have !!!They even work on my malibu!!

Here is what we plan to test and to make,

1 I was going to embed a magnet and you just put it up in the slot and it stays there.

2 the better way is to sell 4 that have set screws and you just let the pad stay on.

3. Use a thumb screw and then all you do is place the pad up in the slot, hold in place with thumb screw, the when done just remove. The thumb screw will hold it in place for you. Have a "Remove Before Flight" red streamer.

The thumb screw will make the pad less cost and would sell in sets of 2
Set screw would sell in sets of 4.

Need feed back thanks. And if they fit on other cars.
I have access to Mass production machinery.

Skylane765 04-21-2013 08:49 PM

Ok, what we will make now is the pads with a magnet embedded in it, so all you do is put in place and any jack or lift will work. Will have video and pics soon.

G-Oil Guy 04-21-2013 09:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Skylane765 (Post 6451781)
Ok, what we will make now is the pads with a magnet embedded in it, so all you do is put in place and any jack or lift will work. Will have video and pics soon.

How do you do a video on the post? Thanks

If you post it to YouTube, all you have to do is paste a link in your post.

DrkPhx 04-21-2013 09:29 PM

Like this? I was thinking of getting one.

http://www.reverselogic.us/images/c2...pad_in_use.jpg
http://www.reverselogic.us/images/c28-63assembled.jpg
http://www.reverselogic.us/images/c28-63components.jpg

Skylane765 04-21-2013 10:27 PM

That will not work, it will bend the lower rocker trim. It is lower than the pinch weld.
Also what is the cost of that? I make the jack pad now with a base plate for less cost then this one.
I have a proto type now for the new one I will be selling and take the place of my older stile. Yes anyone that wants a new style and have the old one, will get it at cost.

Skylane765 04-21-2013 10:33 PM

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Originally Posted by G-Oil Guy (Post 6451822)
If you post it to YouTube, all you have to do is paste a link in your post.

Here is where GM made the place in the rocker to use the jack pad.

Skylane765 04-21-2013 10:39 PM

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And here it is in place held on with embedded magnet. This is just a prototype, Then anything can jack it up.
Better pics tomorrow night with a video.

Skylane765 04-21-2013 10:49 PM

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Originally Posted by costabkz (Post 6452322)
Cool let us know and post a pic please very happy with the ones I have !http://pjal.info/10a.jpg

We can send you a new type for cost.

Here is a pic in action.

Firefighter 04-21-2013 11:01 PM

Now I understand what you were talking about in the email. Looks good. I down for a set of whatever you come up with.

I still think you need to have an option for a shop though.

I'm still a little salty about my rockers getting fubar'd at the dealer even though I'm getting a set of ZL1 rockers out of the deal.

I appreciate all your efforts man.

Skylane765 04-21-2013 11:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Firefighter (Post 6452376)
Now I understand what you were talking about in the email. Looks good. I down for a set of whatever you come up with.

I still think you need to have an option for a shop though.

I'm still a little salty about my rockers getting fuar'd at the dealer even though I'm getting a set of ZL1 rockers out of the deal.

I appreciate all your efforts man.

The magnetic ones can be used by any shop with lift or floor jack.
With no bottom with sides bent down, they will fit any jack or lift.

Firefighter 04-21-2013 11:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Skylane765 (Post 6452388)
The magnetic ones can be used by any shop with lift or floor jack.
With no bottom with sides bent down, they will fit any jack or lift.


I kinda think they need a plate to potect the car a little bit. IDK though. You are way more into this than I am.

I was thinking something that actually drops below the body line to put some kind of "buffer zone" between the lift arm and the body. Then again if it is too low it will make it hard to get the arms or jack underneath.

Keep it up though you are definatley onto the right track for a big need with these cars. :happy0180:


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