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Does anyone successfully use a 2 post ramp to work on their RRC? I appreciate the jack points are diffs and axle beams not cills - do 2 post lifts work ok without having jack points on the cill sections?

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Yes, use the frame rails. Had my on one while replacing all the suspension bits.... bushings, springs, tierod ends, etc, didn't have any issues. Might take a few tries to find the balance. Take your time!
 

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If EAS is still intact, you should stick with 4 post only. Otherwise, I see no reason not to use a two post. Without EAS, there are no airbag sleeves to worry about.


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Cheers. Never gave the chassis rail a thought. The WSM only refers to axle which is round so worried me a bit.

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the lower sills is a good place, use rubber pads or wood. other wise your lift need the pad raisers/ adaptors so the legs can clear the lower control arms. another lift point is the chassis mount where the radius arms mount to the chassis.
 

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I use my 2 post lifting on the frame rails. it was a bit spooky for me, so I pull up my Bobcat and lift the bucket till its cradling the rear, extra security. i did have to fool around with various combination of the adaptors to get it to sit flat in the air.
 
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