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Alfissimo Int.
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Not really sure it's rust that kills them more so than if they are not lifted on correctly they get damaged. The fronts need to be lifted on fairly precisely or they can rip off the sheet metal. Ask me how I know! Rear lift points are perfect. I just lift front on subframe either front corners and rear corners or even in the front center subframe. Never had an issue with those. Rear also has a center lift right behind the spare tire well area.

I can lift car from front center and rear center with two jacks in a heartbeat.


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