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    Default Floor jack for low clearance

    Guys: I noted that Pelican Parts is selling low-clearance floor jacks that some of you could use, since you have lowered your already-low cars. These get as low as 3.15". Not cheap at $400 and up, but look like good quality and are made in Denmark, instead of China. I have no financial interest etc.

    https://www.pelicanparts.com/Audi/ca...ACHyd1_pg4.htm
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    Harbor freight aluminum low profile. Don't balk at it. My friend and mechanic that was the only one allowed to touch my cars uses them in his shop. I use it on my gt and cobra before that
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    Pay more to avoid buying more Chinese crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteK View Post
    Guys: I noted that Pelican Parts is selling low-clearance floor jacks that some of you could use, since you have lowered your already-low cars. These get as low as 3.15". Not cheap at $400 and up, but look like good quality and are made in Denmark, instead of China. I have no financial interest etc.

    https://www.pelicanparts.com/Audi/ca...ACHyd1_pg4.htm
    I have that floor jack. Bought one from Pelican Parts about a decade ago when I was racing a ‘73 Porsche 911e.

    This jack fits under a Ford GT. It is a LONG jack and has a long handle which means you need lots of side space to use it. It raises pretty high, too and has a quick-lift feature which speeds the initial raising of the jack pad.

    I never regretted buying it. AND Pelican Parts is a great firm to do business with. I bought lots of Porsche parts from them over the decade I owned 911’s.
    Last edited by tmctguer; 09-21-2018 at 11:47 AM.
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