Not really unless you are flat on the ground looking under the car. I'm leaving the snap in ones in place as they much less likely to be put away and forgotten somewhere.Don't they show when left in? Can't you just put them in when you want to jack up the car?
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I just removed my link to southerncarparts.com which I was going to use. If they send you free replacements, post back and let us know how it goes so I will again consider them. Thanks!I bought some from southerncarparts.com and the first time IO jacked car up the puck shattered. I have to but a small polishing pad between puck and jack plate to keep jot from breaking. CHeap plastic I guess.
Yes, they are specific to the vehicle, that is the C7 pucks are smaller in diameter than those for the C6. When every StingRay is built, the very first body panel that is put onto the car is the rocker panel, and then the adjoining panels are placed/spaced from the rocker. It is a key panel. If one doesn't use jacking pucks, or the alternative method outlined in the owner manual, and instead uses a regular jack without a puck under the rocker panels, you will, almost all of the time, crack the rocker panels. Much, much safer to use jacking pucks, either the pop-in "pop-in permanent ones" or "the place in only when using them" kind. However, using the latter ones, even with a low rise floor jack, it gets tricky, as you are both trying to get the puck "oval nipple" to exactly fit into the hole in the bottom of the rocker, while insuring you simultaneously place the bottom of that puck exactly in the middle of your "jack cradle." After fumbling around with the latter kind for my C6, the permanent pop-in ones are what I will be buying for my C7.I heard of Jack Pucks for the first time on the forum. What are their purpose, and where do you get them? Are they vehicle specific?
Max jax. It should fit since you can pick the mounting points and have multiple locations if you like. It'll lift about 48" which works well for sitting on a rollerized stool. You'll just need to be wary of clearance above the car depending on the garage and door openersDasyatis,
What kind of lift is that? Will it fit in an avg. 2 car garage?