Originally Posted by Jandj1026
Thanks for all the advice guys. my dealer said he could mount some there for me but I thought scissor jacks would just be quicker to pop down and run the drill to raise them.
They wouldnt scrape anything being at the axels if I mounted them there.
Those stack jacks just take forever to set up and I usually have to lay on my back to get them in position, and then start screwing (not the fun kind).
I use 4, 2 in front and 2 behind
To do it 'right' (imo), if you are going to the corners now, then you 'need' 6 scissor jacks
. one set in front of the axles and a set about a foot or so back from each corner (not on the bumper, but on the frame). Set up like this, you can release any pressure off of the tongue jack. And if you have no jack if you had a flat, to put under the axle plate/bolt (not on the axle as it will bend) You can lift the axles/tires off the ground.
It is your unit. What ever you do, do it correctly in mounting to the frame so there is no question about the safety of it.
Safety first and always.