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Newbie, G430 Lifting Points on Frame

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Old 05-19-2007, 05:00 PM
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Default Newbie, G430 Lifting Points on Frame

Hi everyone, Just picked upa GS430. I have a Rotary 7000lb lift in my garage that I use to work on my other cars and I want to use it to work on my Lexus too, oil changes, etc.... Where are the frame rails on this thing? Where can I safely place the lifting arms to lift the car up in the air. Wanted to see if I could get answer here before I went to my local dealer svc dept to ask them.

Btw, this is my first Jap car and it is bad ***...Do they make a supercharger for this thing. Just wondering what mods are common to get the car up above 350 hp...
 
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Old 05-21-2007, 03:45 PM
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Default RE: Newbie, G430 Lifting Points on Frame

Gage,

OPEN the owners manual ............ it will show you the lift points for the frame assembly!!! And yes they make a Turbo for the GS, as well as Lift kits, skirts, ect....... Ask and if we can't find it here we can ask around and find out the best place to get it for you.

Welcome to the site and send pictures if you like..........


 
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