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Old 02-10-2012, 05:35 PM   #1
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where are my jacking points

Just bought a 1999 winnebago suncruser. it needs new tires. I want to be sure the tire dealer knows how to jack it. Where are the jacking points?
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I hope that you take it to a truck tire shop they should know or leave. I believe it's on a p-30 chassis. I'm not a mechanic but I think rear axle on each side and A frame on each side for front. Some shops will use the leveling jacks but manufactures say don't.
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When I jack my W-24,,,

Rear Axle. I put the jack under the bracket which holds the springs to the axle

Front ... I pick a spot not much different. (Though i can pick a frame cross member and pick up both front wheels at one time)

Basically you use the right kind of jack and you don't worry, you lift the axle.
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Don't know if you have leveling jacks or not but that's what I use. Last time I had new tires put on I had to put a pad under the jacks to get enough clearance.
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