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Old 03-22-2007, 10:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sky lift points

We just picked up our Sky Redline on Monday after waiting for almost 9 months. Driving it home on a wet messy road we realized that we need to install splash guards. Since I have to remove the wheels to install them, I would like to know if anyone knows where the lift points are located under the car? The owners manual says nothing about them since the car does not come with a jack. Thanks.
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You can do searches for this kind of stuff.

Here is a helping hand:

Beware of Missed Lifting Points

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If you look under the car you will find 2 areas that are used to lift the car they have a hole in the center of them and look like this
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if u r skillful, u will not have to lift the car...it can be done without a jack.
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The lift points here: http://www.skyroadster.com/forums/sh...2&postcount=16

Overall technique on the whole thread, which relates to painted calipers here: Painted Calipers
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if u r skillful, u will not have to lift the car...it can be done without a jack.
Or no need to remove any wheels IF you have the proper tools. One being a what I would call a ratchet philips head screw driver for the rear wheels mainly--I did not remove any wheels when I installed my set--
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Or no need to remove any wheels IF you have the proper tools. One being a what I would call a ratchet philips head screw driver for the rear wheels mainly--I did not remove any wheels when I installed my set--
I agree, it took me less than a hour and no need to remove the wheels.
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Absolutely NO NEED to pull the wheels -- And you'll be done in an hour.

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I think there are special "lift pucks" now available for the Solstice/SKY so they have a pad to lift on the rear of the car (goes in the shipping hole). The front lift location is either CAREFULLY on the shipping hole area (WITHOUT CRUSHING THE ROCKER) or just inside the front wheel.

http://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=19139

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http://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/s...24&postcount=7

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I'd recommend these three points for jacking - use a flat surface, and on the rails take care and do NOT crush the outer sheet metal.

You can prolly also safely jack on the front cross beam, but be very careful not to jack on the steering gear or stabilizer bars.
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