I'm replacing the rear end, leafs, shocks, adding CalTracs and sub-frame connectors.
I usually jack the rear up either by the rear end or where the front leafs attach to the body, but since neither of those is an option, where the heck would be the best place to put the jack stands under the car?
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When I replaced my leaf springs and rear end stuff, I used a 4x4 across the frame rails in the trunk area (however my tank was out of the car) with a jack stands. Another option is a small 4x4 on a jack stand along the outside edge of the rockers where it meets the floor in front of the rear wheels. However you need to have enough weight in the front of the car or it will tip backwards.
FYI: Subframe connectors must be installed with the car properly sitting on all 4 wheels.
I also supported my body shell with a 4x4 under the back of the rocker panels and a couple of pieces of 2X4 at the ends of the 4X4 to allow the 4X4 to clear (and not crush) the floor pans.
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