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Jacking up your car and putting it on jack stands can be dangerous. Learn how to safely jack up your car and put it on jack stands in this free auto repair video featuring a certified mechanic. Expert: Nathan McCullough Bio: Nathan McCullough graduated from Nashville Auto-Diesel College with a GPA of 3.5 and received their Craftsmanship Award and Honor Seal. Filmmaker: Robert Rogers

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4 Responses to “How to Service Your Transfer Case : How to Put Jack Stands under Your Vehicle”

  1. gevito89 says:

    NEVER!!! EVA!! Put Stands under suspension, it can damage it and you will end up paying a huge bill!!! 🙁

  2. lyoureinmypants says:

    if that was an issue i don’t think jack stands would be otherwise titled as axle stands you just have to put them in the right place

  3. bookman413 says:

    think about it–at any time the trailing arm holds most of the weight of the vehicle anyways.

    I did this the first time ever the other day before I saw this video on an 87 corolla. There was no obvious place to put as jackstand anywhere on the frame, so I used the rear trailing arm of the front wheels.

  4. msw191 says:

    Suspension springs can withstand hugh amounts of weight.

    Think about it. A late 1997 Toyota Hilux weighs in at about 1500 kilograms (3302 Pounds) and can carry around 800 Kilograms (1763 Pounds). The suspension might drop a bit, but as soon as you remove the 800 kilos, the suspension is fine.

    I’d think the suspension will hold just fine, no matter where you jack the car up, or where you but the jack stands for that matter.

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