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Old 08-23-1999, 10:26 AM
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Jack Placement

What is the proper position for the tire jack on the front of a 99 F-150 4x4? The drawing in the manual leaves a little to be desired. I rotated the tires on my truck this weekend using what I thought was the correct position, but now I hear an feel a slight noise from the front wheels at low speed braking. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 08-12-2002, 10:45 AM
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Some of the guys may disagree, but I suggest putting the jack under a shock support bracket, especially if its a floor jack.
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