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Originally Posted by proporsche View Post
I think there is a little paranoia about the engine getting damaged by lifting the back of the car by jack ...

Somebody show us if you can find at least one engine which was affected by the lift....
I would love to see that.....never ever i have even heard of this ,somebody proof me wrong...
please, the engine is a solid structure stop worrying about the bearings or anything else inside...

Ivan

85911... i believe you it is all about the technique how to use your jack...
There are thousands of 911s still in service with oil leaks, many from the crankcase. Is this a direct result of using the engine as an unofficial jack point? I don’t know. Some leak there. Some don’t. Can anyone disprove there’s a connection?

BTW, the engine is not “a solid structure”, as much as we’d like to imagine.

I’m not on a crusade. I merely stated my humble opinion, not a pronouncement. Once again, YMMV.

Sherwood
Old 06-09-2018, 07:12 AM
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