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Old 6th January 2019, 12:03 PM
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Can anyone advise on the front jack points on a d3? the only thing i can see are some hard plastic points that i really dont think are jack points any help would be appreciated
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Those are indeed the jack points. They have an indent in them for the jack itself, which can be seen in the attached images, although on inspection, you do doubt if they are up to the job. The rear one is more triangular in shape.
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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Car-Rubbe...7/143024743350

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These can then be bought for trolley jacks.
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Those are indeed the jack points. They have an indent in them for the jack itself, which can be seen in the attached images, although on inspection, you do doubt if they are up to the job. The rear one is more triangular in shape.
Cheers Steamship I was finding it hard to believe circa half a ton on plastic I was strugglimg to find a metal plate, managed to get the wheels off and back on, gracias
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They do look decent ooh, might ask the mrs if I can have them 😬
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