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    Default Lifting support with jack stands

    Hi

    This is a video about making lifting support and jack stands for car lifting.



    Width can be adjusted, so its easy to find optimal lifting points. Can be used for lifting from skirt, or under the the car.

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    Safety pins.

    Even that its really difficult to remove pin, when there is weight on it. Personally i think, nearly impossible.

    But, because there is always that small possibility, i made new safety pins for the stands.



    Now, its really difficult to even imagine that pins could be removed accidentally when there is weight on the stands.
    You really need to work for it to make it happen.
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    Instructable:

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Lif...r-Car-Lifting/

    Ps. i'm not good about writing instructions, fixes, feedback etc is always wanted.

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