I saw those pads, but a couple of folks on here have reported crushing them when trying to use them as a point to lift the vehicle.
Also, I don't believe this vehicle has a frame.
True, there is no "frame" per se. So call them "unibody frame like parts".
Here's a close up of what I believe is the right front jack pad point on the car. (the hole is where the jack pad will be cenered) The part sticking down is what I call the "frame" or if you prefer "unibody frame like parts". You can see the way the plastic part has been formed to make an area that will accomidate a jack pad.
I have used those pads for my Challenger & my daughters 2006 Charger. Had no problem whatsoever. If you look at the pix from the FSM that appears to be the exact place they specify for a jack point. I have a Ben Pearson two post asymmetrical 9000 pound lift. The jack pads are about 4 x 5 inches, and have a post on them that fits in a hole on the end of the lift arm. They can rotate for better alignment and contact.
Here's a picture (not a real good one) of the Challenger on the lift with the lift arm pad under that protrusion.
As I said, this sure appears to be where the FSM shows the jack points. Next time I'm at the dealer I'll go back to the shop and see if they have any Challengers (or Chargers as they have the exact same jack points) on a two post lift.
The only issue I have with the Challenger is reaching the spot and not having the outside of the lift arm come up against the rocker panel (plastic) before the pad contacts the under side of the car on that "frame like part". I had to add a spacer under the lift arm pad to raise it enough where it made contact first. I do have spacers that can be used to address this issue on things like trucks with running boards, but they are too long to fit under the Challenger, so I made my own shorter ones with a stack of BIG, really BIG washers!
FYI here's a picture of my 1972 Road Runner on the same lift. It doesn't have a "frame" either, but the part of the unibody that looks like what used to be called a frame is where it's FSM shows the jack ponts to be located.