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Old 09-17-2012, 09:52 PM
jstylesaudi jstylesaudi is offline
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I'm looking for the best points to jack up the a4 with a floor jack in the front and rear I did the rear pads and need to do front rotors and pads. I am also wondering about the set screws on the rotors. I believe the are Allen or hex.
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:02 AM
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I'm looking for the best points to jack up the a4 with a floor jack in the front and rear I did the rear pads and need to do front rotors and pads. I am also wondering about the set screws on the rotors. I believe the are Allen or hex.
Thanks I look forward to using and hopefully contributing to this forum.
There are jack points in front of the rear tires and behind the front tires on the frame rail. Usually there is an arrow pointing, but it's pretty clear. It looks like a cutout spot about 6" long right behind the front tires and in front of the rear tires. With a floor jack its best to use a block of wood to catch the seam best since they are designed for an oem style jack with a small lift pad. The set screws are usually phillips or allen head. They have a tool for this at auto part stores that spins the head when you strike it with a hammer as the screw usually seize up and this avoids stripping it.
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Old 04-15-2014, 04:51 AM
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Just stick the trolley jack on where you would put the normal jack and find the problem where it is and just find the where the inner both axles on the inner area...
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