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Help me lift my car

I have an in-ground lift and would like to lift my car. I went to my mechanics shop and he showed me the lift points on a 930 that happened to be on one of his lifts. The 930 at his shop had rectangular metal pads that were welded to the car. I thought "easy enough" and came home and drove my car over the lift and realized that my car does not have any of those steal pads that I can see. Keep in mind I have a slantnose. I don't want to do any damage so please help. Pictures would be great as well.
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I searched on the technical board and found a great diagram. The car is in the air!
Yippppieeeee!!!!!
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Porsche must have started installing those pads between 81 and 87. My 87 has them, but 81 911SC didn't. Sure makes it easier.
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where did you find that diagram
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think it was 86 same year they started putting g-50's in the NA cars
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think it was 86 same year they started putting g-50's in the NA cars
'86 930's dont have them.
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Jack plates

I too am looking to retrofit these welded-in jack plates to my '85 so I can safely use a Porsche scissor jack. Does anyone have a pic of what one of these looks like? Thx.
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When in a pinch, merely lift like this:



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'86 930's dont have them.
I have them on my 86.
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where did you find that diagram
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When in a pinch, merely lift like this:



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Dewdman Paul, that has to be one of my all-time fav pix!

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Yea I would like to see the diagram too.
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Sorry for the delay.

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To expand on the above:

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X's for lifting O's(and X's for stands), there are others, the Os are almost impossible to get a jack on

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In the early eightee's when working in a streetcar shop we would use pieces of 2x4 around 10" long to spread out the weight on the jack pad or lift pads in the areas I marked red and lift from there. Right where the seam curves it's strongest..
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In the early eightee's when working in a streetcar shop we would use pieces of 2x4 around 10" long to spread out the weight on the jack pad or lift pads in the areas I marked red and lift from there. Right where the seam curves it's strongest..
That would be what we did as well!
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I'm going with Paul's forklift method
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