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Old 03-13-2019, 11:27 AM
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Default Jacking passenger front side.

Would it be OK to use a hydraulic floor jack to lift behind the front passenger wheel so I can get to the fuel pump of my '82? It has a different motor in it, so no fuel tank pump. The pump is where it would be on an '81 or prior 350ci.

Basically I am asking if lifting only one side at the front will cause any torsional frame/body problems.

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Probably should ask in the C3 section.
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Originally Posted by c4cruiser View Post
Probably should ask in the C3 section.
Oops, wrong section.
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