Twingo III Trolley Jack Rubber Buffer size?
Looked on Amazon/Ebay and would like to know correct rubber buffer to below Twingo's sill for a trolley jack to raise car off ground. Anyone know ?
Renault Technician pointed me to correct flange positioning for jacking the car for if I need to take along for repair etc.
I don't know the answer to your question, but I would like to know.
Also, where is the jacking point for the rear wheels? (Mine's a GT so has plastic mouldings on the sills)
The front jacking points on the sills seem obvious.
I assume you could just put the trolley jack on the de-dion rear suspension/subframe?
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