Where he has the jackstands is close to the same place the arms will hit if you put it on a lift. They are a little shaky but not bad. You just have to remember to not jump on the bumper, ect. But do becareful! No one want's to see anyone get hurt. I have already put a tranny jack under the bumpers already, to help get rid of that feeling that it was ready to rock right off.Station said:DON'T KILL YOURSELF MAN!!! DO NOT GET UNDER THAT TRUCK!! THATS FRIGGIN INSANE!
Yeah, it's something about a 1200 pound engine(I remember you having a PSD right?) with about 4' of leverage over a cinder block that scares me.randii said:The problem is the cinderblocks.... when they fail, they fail entirely. One minute you have concrete --- the next, gravel.
Someone is bound to speak up and argue that cinder blocks are safe if used in compression in line with the 'windows' but I won't crawl under a truck suspended with bricks of any kind, in any orientation.... if ya can't lay your hands on decent jackstands, consider using dense wood to safely build up to the height you need... or buy a set of scotch blocks.