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Re: Is it toast? (Flame bait)



I use two audi jacks, just in case, I don't trust them and I can't afford
jack stands.

Jeremiah Curry
----- Original Message -----
From: Ryan Gemmill <RGlist00@hotmail.com>
To: Quattro <Quattro@audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, December 06, 1999 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: Is it toast? (Flame bait)


> Original poster said "jack kept collapsing as I would give the lugs the
> final twist to take the wheel off." In my opinion, jacks should be able to
> withstand wheel removal without collapsing. Though, I've always loosened
the
> lugs before getting her in the air. Minimize time and force applied while
on
> jack, but I wouldn't say jack stands are necessary to, say, change a flat.
> Would you?
>
> my 2
> Ryan
>
>
> > Jeeeeez
> >
> > You could really hurt yourself, if you really need to use the jack use
the
> > wheel under the sill to protect yourself.
>
>
> > The jack is to raise the car, not to hold it up while you do things to
> > it.  Please be careful!
> >
> > use jack stands
> > use jack stands
> > use jack stands
> > use jack stands
> > use jack stands
> > use jack stands...
>
>