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Okay, so I have researched and found schematics and a variety of older threads. And I have read the fine manual. But I haven't found a simple 'lift here' picture.

Is this plastic like cylinder the proper jack point (red arrow)? Is the area immediately to the rear the proper location for a jack stand (yellow arrow)?

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I have the ZL1 lift pads on the front and they work great. I think I have it right for the rear, but before I screw up and crush the plastic thing I want to be 100% certain.

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I'm listening.... ZL1 does not appear to offer a rear lift mount, so what are you using?
There is a guy that makes and sells nice turned Delrin lifting point sets (front and/or rear) on eBay. I use the front ones.

Search item 142880289149 on eBay.

I also use the Dewhel lift pads for the front pinch weld points - sold on Amazon for about $30 a set. Also use the hockey puck under those.
 

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Okay everyone seems to have it down with good lift pads and the correct lift points. My issue is my jack doesn’t fit under the front! I have to drive up onto home made “ramps” (4x6 blocks Cut into long wedges).

@emichael so you finally got your Scat Pack! When? How are you liking it?
 

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I bought a low profile floor jack because I quickly got tired of driving up onto pieces of wood or cement pavers. Only cost about $100.
 

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Piles of money...

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Okay everyone seems to have it down with good lift pads and the correct lift points. My issue is my jack doesn’t fit under the front! I have to drive up onto home made “ramps” (4x6 blocks Cut into long wedges).

@emichael so you finally got your Scat Pack! When? How are you liking it?
I've been jacking up car all my life and these Challengers are challenging. Short of having a lift everyone needs to find a method and combination of jacks, lift pads, jack stands, wood blocks that they like. HF has a variety of jacks that will work for under $100.
 

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Do not ever use a Harbor Freight jack, these are the only ones I use now.


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