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Old 01-25-2019, 03:21 PM
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Some have said this style puck isn't tall enough to clear the side skirts on the wide-body C7s. They work great on my skirtless Z51, and I've used the same set on 2 different C7s over 3 years, swapping wheels/tires back and forth between winter and summer.

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Some have said this style puck isn't tall enough to clear the side skirts on the wide-body C7s. They work great on my skirtless Z51, and I've used the same set on 2 different C7s over 3 years, swapping wheels/tires back and forth between winter and summer.
I took these off of my 2015 Stingray when I traded it in and put them on my 2019 Z06. When I went for the 500 mile oil change the Corvette tech at my dealer said that they are not tall enough alone and he had to supplement them with something else they have, so I believe that you are correct Foosh.
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Some have said this style puck isn't tall enough to clear the side skirts on the wide-body C7s. They work great on my skirtless Z51, and I've used the same set on 2 different C7s over 3 years, swapping wheels/tires back and forth between winter and summer.
I've got 'em and no problem on my GS nor were they on my side-skirted Z51
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I have them on my 2017 Stingray with side skirts, I personally watched the Chevy Service Dept put it on the lift with no supplemental device, had plenty of clearance on the side skirts.
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They work on my 2017 GS
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Work nice on Z51
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Originally Posted by PFYC View Post

C7 Corvette Leave In Place Jacking Pucks Pads


Are you looking for a safe way to jack up your C7 Corvette Stingray? These lock in place jacking pucks will be your insurance plan, so you'll never have to worry about cracking the body when a jack post hits your Stingray. These lock in place pucks are sold as a set of four.




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Thank you for the post. I've still got to get a set on my C7 Stingray.
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I have had the same set on my 5, 6 and now 7. Without a issue...

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Had a set of the plastic pucks on my 2015 Stingray that worked well although 2 of the 4 did not fight tightly. For my 2019 Stingray I went with an permanently installed anodized aluminum set that screwed tightly in place..

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I bought a set of these for my BMW back in 2003. I think they actually have a BMW part number. I know they also fit the corvette but I like the larger ones for better clearance. They do work great on the C5's and C6's with out side skirts.
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I bought a set of these for my BMW back in 2003. I think they actually have a BMW part number. I know they also fit the corvette but I like the larger ones for better clearance. They do work great on the C5's and C6's with out side skirts.
Yes, they are BMW....
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Where are you going to put the bridle if you ever need to pull it up on a flatbed? Not a fan.
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Where are you going to put the bridle if you ever need to pull it up on a flatbed? Not a fan.
Should not be an issue. The plastic pucks pry out easily (maybe too easily) with a screw driver. The anodized aluminum pucks I use unscrew in about 15 seconds with an allen wrench (which I keep in the car).
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Where are you going to put the bridle if you ever need to pull it up on a flatbed? Not a fan.
Agree

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