^^^ that's a handy addition. Before I got my QuickJacks, I put one of these on and used it a lot. Recommended.
ok, this question from a novice... is that what that red component is on the underside, just ahead of the tailpipes? Aftermarket?a very handy red jack point in the rear
Yes that is the red part that you see. It’s so you have a good spot to put a floor jack on to lift the *** end of your car. It is an aftermarket part and was probably bought from Fabspeed.ok, this question from a novice... is that what that red component is on the underside, just ahead of the tailpipes? Aftermarket?
I have a red one of these on my Cayman, too, and I will admit, I didn't know what it was! Do all Caymans have this? (Maybe just not red ones?)
Does that fit into the two bolts on the tri-point? My diffuser bolts up at that point and wondering what that looks like before I buy one… snap me a pic when u can… thanks 🙏tiiger- If you want to use the red lift point, be sure your 5000 lb floor jack is stable on the concrete flooring to lift the rear up high enough for rear jack stands to be placed under the rear quarter panel. You can feel the indent where the rubber jackstand spacers should go. If you only want to lift the rear, you may want to place somesort of block in front of the front tires. I use this jack point to change the oil and filter with the jack stands in place and front tires blocked.
I understand that, hence asking the wall thickness of the steel. There would be no recourse should it fail here in the Uk as they are not sold here from what I can see. If someone knows the wall thickness of the box section used I’d be very grateful.You have to look at the failure rate. The box fails, you car could slide off the jack. The thicker walled box, the better.
These look cool… my diffuser slides in between those two bolts of that V shaped aluminum piece so I’m sure that’ll still accommodate … thx for that shotFrom Fabspeed web site. Just order the 987.1 model from whoever you trust.
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Same here my Porsche is an absolute diva. The real important part is having this logo on the pump.Agree … not sure which brand is best, but I only use BP or Shell in my old 987.2 BS … she only likes the good stuff and will sputter on Speedway … she’s a bit of a diva when it comes to her fuel.