Posted by Tom in MO on December 17, 2012 at 05:22:46 from (220.127.116.11):
Another Dumb Question: I want to change the spacing of the front wheels on my TO-20 - where/how do you jack up/block the front end, to get both wheels off the ground at once?
I have the Owner's Manual and the Shop Manual, but they both assume that everybody already knows how to do this. (In at least one picture, it looks like they're using the tractor jack that works off the lift arms.)
I have/can get floor jack, jackstands, 4x4, etc.
I did a quick search of the archives, both here and on the N Board, and it sounded like you block under the oil pan - that just didn't seem quite right to me.
I sure it's different, depending on what you're doing: removing the entire front axle, for example, as opposed to just changing the wheel spacings.
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