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    Quickjack and replacement jack pads for Charger

    Anyone using the Quickjack to jack the Charger? Needing to do a little work and my current tools are not cutting it....also don’t want to spend 10-15 min running around the car to place on jack stands...my current jack is just too tall so either way still need a new jack....I’m considering the 7000xlt for the extra length and lifting.....I’ve seen where the standard SLX is just to short....wanted to see if anyone has this....also how everyone is placing their Charger on stands...

    In addition, I was looking at pinch weld adapters too and came across replacement Lift pads that are made of Delrin on eBay. Made by a company called MillFast Products

    Front pad is ~1.150 inches tall and ~2.250 inches in diameter.
    Rear pad is ~1.950 inches tall and ~2.250 inches in diameter.

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    Thinking about trying them out


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    The 7000EXT is the way to go.

    No need for pinch weld adapters. Place the rubber blocks under the OEM lift points and go for it.

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    Is that the same Points for the charger as that sketch looks to be challenger?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heat00 View Post
    Is that the same Points for the charger as that sketch looks to be challenger?


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    Yes.

    Same for all LX, LC, LD.

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    This is what I’ve seen for the Charger


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopSide View Post
    This is what I’ve seen for the Charger


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    We're focusing on quickjack lift points. This being said, the OEM points, just in front of the rear wheels, and just inboard and behind the front wheels, are sufficient.

    As an aside, no way would I lift from the pumpkin, or front cradle. No need...

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    using the Quickjack you would only be lifting on the pinch welds...question, when lift using a jack and placing on jack stands for the front, are you lifting on the pinch welds and placing stands on the subframe or vise versa? I see on the subframe the triangle where you should lift/support. This car being so low, my jack does not make it back there nor does it fit under the car without 2x12 under tire...it be nice for someone to do a write up how to block the Charger....





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    Quote Originally Posted by TopSide View Post
    using the Quickjack you would only be lifting on the pinch welds...question, when lift using a jack and placing on jack stands for the front, are you lifting on the pinch welds and placing stands on the subframe or vise versa? I see on the subframe the triangle where you should lift/support. This car being so low, my jack does not make it back there nor does it fit under the car without 2x12 under tire...it be nice for someone to do a write up how to block the Charger....





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    You can use the pinch welds or subframe in the front and the rubber lift pads in the back with the 5000ext or 7000ext models. I have a 5000 with pinch weld adapters. You need the extended version to reach both locations but people have used the regular model without issues using the pinch welds I think.

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    If the goal is too quickly get both rear wheels off the ground, Can the Chargers be lifted with "one point"...like the rear pumpkin housing ?

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    I added these to my Charger, much easier then dealing with the pinch weld

    Charger 10-19 Lift Pads – ZL1 Addons

    Since my car is an 06 I had to open up the "notch" on the sideskirt slightly to accommodate these, took all of a minute to do
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    good to know and thanks... I think I used the correct points. I like to rotate the tires myself so I jack the front then put the jack stand, then I use the 1 rear point by the back tire and leave it on the jack, this way I can get the entire side up for the rotate lol...

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    So I did find these other jack pads that replace the factor rear point with a solid version as well as adds a front version:



    Seem solid. Did see someone on the hellcat.org was trying them out...


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    will those ZL1 lift pads work on 07 300 srt?

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    I'm wondering how they'll handle speed bumps on a lowered vehicle.

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    QuikJack is an awesome system. There's a thread on here about it...
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