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      08-26-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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:: ECS Tuning :: ON SALE|The Schwaben Low Boy Lightweight Aluminum Floor Jack



Quit fussing with wood blocks, ramps, and the like with the Schwaben Low Boy floor jack. The Low Boy is low-profile, allowing you to sneak it under the ground-hugging rockers on your lowered car.



Constructed of lightweight aluminum, this floor jack features a front central roller for increased ease of use and maneuverability. If you work on your car, you'll be doing some lifting. Get the right equipment with the Schwaben Low Boy floor jack, a great compliment to the other Schwaben tools in your arsenal. Atta' Boy.

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I recently borrowed a friend's racing low-profile jack, and used it to lift my E92 w/ sport suspension. Front jack-point worked fine(after driving on to 2" plank of wood). However, I wasn't able to get the rear tires airborn when lifting from the rear cross-member. Would I be able to with this jack, or should I try again from a different point?

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I recently borrowed a friend's racing low-profile jack, and used it to lift my E92 w/ sport suspension. Front jack-point worked fine(after driving on to 2" plank of wood). However, I wasn't able to get the rear tires airborn when lifting from the rear cross-member. Would I be able to with this jack, or should I try again from a different point?

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Maximum saddle height is 17.5 inches with this jack, that "should" be enough to get both rear wheels of the 335i off the ground. Typically we suggest utilizing the factory lift points located below the rocker panel for safe easy lifting.

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Maximum saddle height is 17.5 inches with this jack, that "should" be enough to get both rear wheels of the 335i off the ground. Typically we suggest utilizing the factory lift points located below the rocker panel for safe easy lifting.

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If I lifted from the lift points, where/how would I put the jack stands?
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