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Old 04-29-2010, 12:51 PM   #1
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Proper Lift Points?

Yes, I know we should take it down and put it up on a lift, but we really want to do it ourselves at home and feel confident in our ablilities to do so. We just want to clarify this one issue before we do it. Safety First!!!

Lots of threads on here mentioning the "Proper Lift Points"... but not any that I can find which specifically state exactly where they are located. I know where the ones are located for changing tires, but there have to be more. Hubby and I want to install the Flowmaster American Thunder Exhaust that's been sitting in our living room since last Wednesday after C5Fest, but are not going to attempt it until we are sure about the "Lift Points".

Anyone?

Pictures too if you have them.

Thanks,

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Old 04-29-2010, 09:14 PM   #3
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Yea I found that about 20 minutes after I posted the question, looked for 30 minutes before I posted. That picture by Li0nel1234 really helped a lot!!! After that we were able to get the car up and get rolling on the job.

Hubby and I had a real good time switching out that exhaust today, then we took it for a cruise to Sonic for a burger and shake.

Between the CAI Jannetty racing installed Saturday afternoon at C5Fest and the Flowmaster American Thunder Exhaust Exhaust we installed today, my Camaro is sounding very sweet and rumbly and has a good bit more power.

Got a great pic of my Camaro levitating too, looks awesome!

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