My current floor jack is fine for my other vehicles but sits too high for the Boxster. Any recommendations for a reasonably-priced jack that'll work?
Jack up at the rear jack point to get at stand under the front (the front will come up too). Do the same on the other side. Now you have the fronts done. Jack the rear up at the apex of the aluminium strut underneath in the center rear of the car. Use a rubber pad or wood block on your jack. Several companies make a part that you can bolt on at this point. You really don't need it. Raise rear up and place both rear jack stands in place.So getting back to this after quite some time, there do not appear to be “approved” lift points except for the four slots for the jack stands. So, where to place the floor jack to lift the car in order to get the jack stands under the the lift points?
i have that same little blue and silver jack. cheap, works, light. yep, that will do. fits on the front points easily and i have the fabspeed rear jack point bolt on thingy. swapping street to track tires is pretty easy to do.I use a 2-ton Harbor Freight aluminum racing jack
How do they get the car to go up that second step?
I have the liftbars, and I think I understand your question.How do they get the car to go up that second step?
Also - when you get the bar can you post a review of it?