Jacking / Lifting Points

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You will need to raise the car to get the Rennstand under the car. The Supra is low for stock height. GL!
I should mention that I have multiple hydraulic jacks so I raise the car either front or rear enough to place the Rennstand + other hydraulic on the same side. I don't drive up anything like ramps.. that would be too much work. I also own GoJak's so use that as well to lift the car off the ground when I need clearance.
 

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BL-5000 SLX. it fits just right.
That’s what I was thinking. Thanks for confirming. Collapsible height I believe is 3 inches on that one. Are you lowered at all? Wondering what the total clearance on the sides is after being lowered?
 

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That’s what I was thinking. Thanks for confirming. Collapsible height I believe is 3 inches on that one. Are you lowered at all? Wondering what the total clearance on the sides is after being lowered?
I'm not lowered at all. so I cannot comment on lowered car. as it is on my car when I try to put the jack on jack points, it has about 1.5 inches to move around. if you are lower than that, perhaps you can fabricate 2x8 or 10 to roll on so you get clearance.
 

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I'm not lowered at all. so I cannot comment on lowered car. as it is on my car when I try to put the jack on jack points, it has about 1.5 inches to move around. if you are lower than that, perhaps you can fabricate 2x8 or 10 to roll on so you get clearance.
Yeah good idea. Just ordered the BL-5000SLX and wall hangers. Had $100 off promotion thing. Looking forward to its arrival.
 
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Yeah good idea. Just ordered the BL-5000SLX and wall hangers. Had $100 off promotion thing. Looking forward to its arrival.
I went with the 7000slx and the truck extension kit. It works on my Supra and I can also use it for my daily Malibu and my wife and daughters F-150s. I would highly recommend this route so you can use it for all current (and future) vehicles you might have.
 

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Yeah good idea. Just ordered the BL-5000SLX and wall hangers. Had $100 off promotion thing. Looking forward to its arrival.
On the wall hangers... Let the weight of the Quick Jacks rest on the floor and have the wall hangers just keep 'em up against the wall. You can surely use 'em to hang the jacks but they are heavy and I wasn't going to take a chance. :thumbsup:

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Yeah good idea. Just ordered the BL-5000SLX and wall hangers. Had $100 off promotion thing. Looking forward to its arrival.
i bought from home depot over last winter when they had it on sale. had a good discount but 16 month 0% financing made it worth it.

make sure you have Schrader valve tool and hydraulic fluid available as it arrives. before assembling, make sure to check Schrader valve is taught. if it's missing, they will send to you but if you are in hurry, you could get is from NAPA or local HW store.
 

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On the wall hangers... Let the weight of the Quick Jacks rest on the floor and have the wall hangers just keep 'em up against the wall. You can surely use 'em to hang the jacks but they are heavy and I wasn't going to take a chance. :thumbsup:

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I will do just as you did! Thanks!!
 

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i bought from home depot over last winter when they had it on sale. had a good discount but 16 month 0% financing made it worth it.

make sure you have Schrader valve tool and hydraulic fluid available as it arrives. before assembling, make sure to check Schrader valve is taught. if it's missing, they will send to you but if you are in hurry, you could get is from NAPA or local HW store.
Noted, thank you!
 

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Noted, thank you!
Home depot for me as well. They had a package deal with the 7000slx, hangers, and the truck extension kit that was a couple hundred less than what only the jacks were direct from QuickJacks.
 

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I'm not lowered at all. so I cannot comment on lowered car. as it is on my car when I try to put the jack on jack points, it has about 1.5 inches to move around. if you are lower than that, perhaps you can fabricate 2x8 or 10 to roll on so you get clearance.
Meant to ask.... is the BL-5000SLX wide enough to allow you to actually place the lifting blocks on the lifting points of the Supra? Just watched an assembly video of a guy who has Subaru FRS and his lifting points were wider then the QuickJack could go. Not sure what model QuickJack her got though. Thanks!
 

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If you have some budget, I recommend quickjack.
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I had concern on storing it but it fits under stock height supra.

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I’m not a fan of these as it limits areas of the car to work on.
 

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