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Old 04-11-2016, 10:23 AM   #15
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Ramps are a good idea too, but how do you pull wheels to check brakes, bearings, and lube the 'S' cams? Still need jack stands.
Unless you are going to pull all four wheels at the same time, jack up one axle position at a time. No need for jack stands if you do it that way. Of course on the rear axle with air pressure bled off or spring brakes caged, front wheels must be chocked to prevent any movement.
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