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Where is the rear jacking point for a 1992 GMC Safari van?

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2005-08-31 21:34:58
2005-08-31 21:34:58

the jack position i would assume if no frame would be on the sides where the unibody meets in front of the rear wheel but i am almost certain there is a frame

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