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Sweet ass video! Beautiful car and Casey looks good too.
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Sweet ass video! Beautiful car and Casey looks good too.
Yeah, the guy who shot it is some amateur we found a while back.

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Hi Dimitry, is there any way to make the 3500 model work on an '85 911 or does it have to be the 5000?

If the rubber jacking blocks need to be exactly on the pinch welds, I understand why the 3500 won't reach. But if the rubber blocks can just be on the floor pans as close to the outside as possible, the 3500 would be fine?

I'm hoping since the car is being lifted up by all four at once, the even weight distribution would mean you don't have to reach the pinch welds necessarily?

I already ordered the 3500 from you guys and I'm hoping it works for my car, any experience is appreciated.
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Hi Dimitry, is there any way to make the 3500 model work on an '85 911 or does it have to be the 5000?

If the rubber jacking blocks need to be exactly on the pinch welds, I understand why the 3500 won't reach. But if the rubber blocks can just be on the floor pans as close to the outside as possible, the 3500 would be fine?

I'm hoping since the car is being lifted up by all four at once, the even weight distribution would mean you don't have to reach the pinch welds necessarily?

I already ordered the 3500 from you guys and I'm hoping it works for my car, any experience is appreciated.
Hello - I believe that quite a bit of our members use the 3500 on their 911 without any issues.

I'm attaching a helpful guide that should give you a definitive answer.

https://www.pelicanparts.com/Porsche/catalog/shopcart/TOOL/POR_TOOL_QJGUID-detail.htm
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