Jacking Pad Tool/Aid WORKSHOP DUTY for Porsche 356, 911, 912, 914
Jacking Pad Tool/Aid WORKSHOP DUTY for Porsche 356, 911, 912, 914
Jacking Pad Tool/Aid WORKSHOP DUTY for Porsche 356, 911, 912, 914
Jacking Pad Tool/Aid WORKSHOP DUTY for Porsche 356, 911, 912, 914
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Jacking Pad Tool/Aid WORKSHOP DUTY for Porsche 356, 911, 912, 914

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Workshop Jacking Pad Tool/Aid for Porsche 356/ 911/ 912/ 914

The lightest and most compact jacking pad tool you can buy.  At 615grams (9.70ounces) compared to others at over 800grams (28.22ounces). This jacking pad tool has the strength for frequent workshop duty, but still light enough to be moved around and stored with ease.

The main square shaft is made from steel to endure the demands of daily use in a workshop, while the support plate is cut from high strength 6000 grade aluminium. This product has been tested to lift all 356, 914, 911, SC, and Carerra with no lifting issues (*refer to instructions for proper use of this tool). 

Have you ever had the  shop or the mechanic jack up your car with a trolley/shop jack without this tool? Heartache from crushed seams or caved in floors.  Porsche didn't provide a proper jacking point until the 1986 model.  

It is an essential tool for every Porsche owner's home workshop, light and compact enough to be kept at arms reach when needed.

 

All 356's (1950-1965), 

911 (1965-1989), 

912 (1965-1969), 

914-4 (1970-1976), and 

914-6 (1970-1972) 

*Proper use of this tool:-

This tool is designed for /wheel changes, inspections and temporary light duty use.

This tool should only to be used in conjunction with an appropriate shop/trolley jack with sufficient lifting capacity

 to be lifted should be on level ground, and suitable wheel chocks should always be used

Shop/Trolley jack MUST have a flat lifting pad surface with a minimum of 80mm (3-1/8”) in diameter

 is inserted to its FULL DEPTH into the vehicle’s square receiver.  If for some reason tool cannot be inserted all the way (. Aftermarket side skirts, debris in square receiver) into the vehicle receiver to the end stop, this tool should NOT be used.  As a guide, full insertion depth to into receiver to end stop is approximately 96mm (3-3/4”) for 356 models, and 85mm (3-1/3”) for 911/912 models

 should not be raised beyond 420mm (16-1/2”) from level ground

Scratches, depressions and marking of tool surface from normal use is expected, however, this will not affect the overall operation of this tool.


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