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|Depends on what I am lifting it for. For instance, if I were lifting to replace the control arms or other suspension parts, I would find a flat frame area. Obviously, you would never use the engine or transmission to lift it. As for not raising using the differential "pumpkin": yes, Ford says not to, but I have no clue why. As a mechanic back in the 70's and 80's, that was standard practice (and I worked at dealerships as well as independent repair shops). My best advice is to just use common sense and don't get yourself killed by carelessness.
BTW, good thread idea, MaXX. :)
Last edited on Fri Jan 19th, 2018 01:38 pm by mhoward
2003 Ranger Edge / Extended Cab / Flareside / 3.0L FLEX / Auto / 2WD / 8.8 LS 4:10 / Sonic Blue Pearl
So many mods... so little time...