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Old 10-09-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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Does anyone make jack pad adapter similar to one described in the thread below:

http://forums.audiworld.com/showthre...ck+pad+adapter

I have a few adapters for my Infiniti, made by Grip and one by PureMS. These are for cars that have these thin welds on the bottom where the lift points are for a OEM jack. I do like the Grip jack pad adapter as it has a long round pin that u can insert into the round baseplate of the jack instead of just resting on top of it. Hopefully I am making sense as it is getting pretty late here.
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Does anyone make jack pad adapter similar to one described in the thread below:

http://forums.audiworld.com/showthre...ck+pad+adapter

I have a few adapters for my Infiniti, made by Grip and one by PureMS. These are for cars that have these thin welds on the bottom where the lift points are for a OEM jack. I do like the Grip jack pad adapter as it has a long round pin that u can insert into the round baseplate of the jack instead of just resting on top of it. Hopefully I am making sense as it is getting pretty late here.
I use a hockey puck, just changed to my winter rims over the weekend works perfectly
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Agree with the hockey pucks. Machined aluminium is total overkill.
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