GordonTIf you go to www.porscheownermanuals.com and manage to find the 2013 - 2016 Cayman one, you’ll find details on page 225. I’m sure I ought to be able to copy it and post here but regret I can’t work out how to do so!Best of luck,Gordon.
GorshThe issue here is (I think) that the jack is occupying the lifting point, so where does one put an axle stand at that corner of the car? It's something I've sometimes wondered about - someone will know the solution? Edit - just read the pelican link above and it seems there is an alternative place for the jack so the stand can go under the main jacking point - I assume this is similar on later 981/991 cars?
mr pgWhen removing wheels on my 981 CS I normally put an axle stand under the pivot point of the suspension arm as a precaution to the trolley jack.
garytippingHi,I've used the same method as Briggy, and jacked one end of the car high enough to get a stand under the other end. Gary
MattDC2Just out of interest, which Ceramic coating are you guys using for your wheels? My summer wheels are off the car at the moment, so would be a good opportunity to do them.
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