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Porsche 911 930 Rear Jacking Point

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ianbevis
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2022/03/03 06:53:45 (permalink)

Porsche 911 930 Rear Jacking Point

I need some advice, a 1986 Porsche 911 930 Supersport / Turbo body.
 
The rear of the car, where should this be lifted on a 4 poster jack, i.e. where should the jacking point pad be placed to prevent damage?

Should this be in the location shown here?
Can you use the anti-roll bar mounts?
What is the correct way?
Advice and any photos would help please.

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Re: Porsche 911 930 Rear Jacking Point 2022/03/04 10:13:26 (permalink)
Here you go! On the vertical seam just forward of the rear anti-roll bar mounts, directly underneath the torsion bars.

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Re: Porsche 911 930 Rear Jacking Point 2022/03/05 08:27:01 (permalink)
Yep, seam area is good, buy some pads with slots in or make something so you dont actually contact the seam

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