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Old 10-08-2015, 09:29 PM   #1
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Best jack / jack stand points on '14 mustang.

Hey guys I'm wondering where the best place is to Jack the car up and where to put the stands. I'm trying to remove the front bumper so I can replace the grilles and install a new chin spoiler. Any help is appreciated.


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If you look into the side bumper in your car there will be arrows pointing up, those are the Jacks points. I think there is two on each side front and back.

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So just behind the front wheel I'm assuming?


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Yes sir..

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Would it be OK to Jack it up by the k member so I can put the stands at the jack points on the side?


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I wouldn't advice it I never use k member to Jack it up some people do but I don't.. If you look closely in the front fender there are 2 arrows I use one for jacking up the car and the other one for the stands. If your lowered which I am and I could never get the jack stands in there to fit, what I do is I slide a 1/2 inch plywood under my tire and problem solved. Hope this will help.

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I wouldn't advice it I never use k member to Jack it up some people do but I don't.. If you look closely in the front fender there are 2 arrows I use one for jacking up the car and the other one for the stands. If your lowered which I am and I could never get the jack stands in there to fit, what I do is I slide a 1/2 inch plywood under my tire and problem solved. Hope this will help.

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I will have to look for the arrows lol. But I will second the lowered. I roll up on a 2x4 but same principle. you will need to roll onto something to get a jack under if lowered
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OK great thank you guys


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I use the cross member and then put jack stands where the subframe meets the body. You will not have any problems using the cross member. For the rear I use the axle housing.
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You want pics?

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If you got some sure. I was able to take the front clip off without the jack but it would be nice for future reference.


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Here's a quick tutorial on how to go about doing so. Also, there's a video on it too. YouTube is great for how to's.

http://www.happywrenching.com/ford/m...2013-2014.html

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That's the video I used when I was taking the bumper off. Thanks!


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I used these two photos as guides when I jack up my car. I've also used the differential casing when needing to get the rear up higher, such as when I removed the extension tubes for stock exhaust - man what a pain that was because I couldn't get the car high enough at first.

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Awesome picture thanks


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