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got my 911 up on my quickjack 3500 with a little help from a 2X8.

worked good, but think I'll get some 1" square steel tubing to fab up a frame extension.

if the wood breaks/cracks, no real concern as it will just settle onto the floor pan. no danger that I can see..... (famous last words)

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Bump! Still backordered on 3500SLX and 7000SLX. 5000SLX are in stock.
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Bump! Still backordered on 3500SLX and 7000SLX. 5000SLX are in stock.
Bump. Still in this same boat for stock. Should have an update on when we will have them soon. Keep an eye out!
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Which is the best size for a 1985 911, the 5000 or 7000?

I think the 5000 is in the PP video, but the 7000 comes with the SUV adapters (which would be nice for extra lift height).

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Which is the best size for a 1985 911, the 5000 or 7000?

I think the 5000 is in the PP video, but the 7000 comes with the SUV adapters (which would be nice for extra lift height).

Thanks.

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Your car curb weight is 2866, https://www.excellence-mag.com/resources/specs/398#.WPv8aFLMzBI
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Thanks. It's not the weight I'm concerned about, it's the dimensions of the lifts. There are comments that the 3500 is too small/short and can't reach the lift points of some Porsches.

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Thanks. It's not the weight I'm concerned about, it's the dimensions of the lifts. There are comments that the 3500 is too small/short and can't reach the lift points of some Porsches.

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Which is the best size for a 1985 911, the 5000 or 7000?

I think the 5000 is in the PP video, but the 7000 comes with the SUV adapters (which would be nice for extra lift height).

Thanks.

LS
You'll want the 5000SLX. The 911SC lifted in our video at the link is utilizing the 5000SLX. Of course, you'll want to measure your lifting point distance from front to back and the back of your front wheel to the front of your back wheel distance. Just to ensure you're getting the correct size. Let me know if you have any other questions.

Edit: the 7000 no longer comes with the SUV adapters. That was a promotion that we were running and has since ended.
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