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I have a 2014 Dodge Challenger srt8 and I’m trying to figure out where it is safe to lift the car from when it comes to jacking up the REAR, and where I can place the jack stands?
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Put the jack on the rubber hootus just in front of tire

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put the jack stands anywhere along the pinch weld that has a gap for the saddles:

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The back is easy, as mentioned above use the rubber jack point in front of the rear wheels, as for the fronts they are a bit more problematic. I've used the pinch weld method, using magnetic jack pads from Zl1 automotive, this worked but I don't really like lifting the car by such a thin piece of metal but is one of the few options for use with the jack stands.
 

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I bought the Lift Pad Pros set. Not installed yet. I also bought some polyurethane Corvette jack pucks. They fit into the frame rails oval opening, same location as the front Lift Pad Pros setup. For the rears, I think they should fit into the oval opening as well, just next to the factory rubber pad.
 
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