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#1 2020-11-13 09:26:56

gmsk
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Registered: 2020-11-02
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Jacking point on Scudo

Hi everyone
Does anyone have a photo showing the location of the jacking point on the front of a Scudo?
I have a trolley jack, but want to be sure I'm jacking up the van at the right point.

thank you.

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#2 2020-11-13 13:13:36

JohnDragonMan
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From: Derby, East Midlands, UK
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Re: Jacking point on Scudo

never jack up on the sills! all it does is just chip the paint and let the rust in.

the sub frame has some nice beefy bolts, use them with a bit of rubber in the cup of your trolley jack. you also have loads of room to secure with a axle stand. use a rubber push bike tyre cut up in the V of the axle stand to save the paint.

for the rear i try to jack up on the rear beam as close to the wheel as i can. the middle of the rear beam is a big no no! try to get it under one of the dampeners or spring cups. logic states it is the most strongest part of the rear beam as it takes all of the suspension impacts. secure with axle stands around the same area.

make sure you seal up any chipped paint or underseal after!!!


- JohnDragonMan
Notice: I have the tendency to void warranties, blow fuses, cause fires, and other fun stuff.
Words of wisdom: There's always user serviceable parts inside. Internally rust proof the sills! both skins!!. "Oh that shouldn't have happened".
My Crazy Mk2 2005 Dispatch Camper Project big_smile

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#3 2020-11-14 20:39:00

gmsk
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Re: Jacking point on Scudo

Many thanks.

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