Originally Posted by OldCoot
Shouldn't be a problem, the suspension is probably at it's limit or very close to it and you have plenty of clearance. AGAIN, break the lug nuts loose before you get it in the air.
Understood about the lug nuts. I had that epiphany this morning laying in bed. I was thinking of making sure I can get it airborne and then lowering it back down to the ground before doing the lug nuts just to prove that I'll be able to get it there. Then getting it down, breaking the lug nuts loose and re-raising it. Extra work, for sure- just a bit chicken since I've never done anything like this before (literally never even changed a car tire). This may be a bad idea as the lynx levelers shot forward when I backed off of them last time.
Is it ok to pull forward/backup with the lug nuts broken loose? (Not driving it- just 6-8 feet in either direction.)