Notice For Using Post Lift

(a) Follow the safety procedures outlined in the lift instruction manual.

(b) Use precautionary measures to prevent the free wheel beam from damaging tires or wheels.

(c) Use wheel chocks to secure the vehicle. NOTICE FOR USING JACK AND SAFETY STAND

(a) Work on a level surface. Use wheel chocks at all times.

(b) Set the jack and rigid racks to the specified locations of the vehicle accurately.

(c) When jacking up the vehicle, first release the parking brake and move the shift lever to N.

(d) When jacking up the entire vehicle:

(1) When jacking up the front wheels first, make sure wheel chocks are behind the rear wheels.

(2) When jacking up the rear wheels first, make sure wheel chocks are in front of the front wheels.

(e) When jacking up only the front or rear wheels of the vehicle:

(1) Before jacking up the front wheels, place wheel chocks on both sides of the rear wheels.

(2) Before jacking up the rear wheels, place wheel chocks on both sides of the front wheels.

(f) When lowering a vehicle that only has its front or rear wheels jacked up:

(1) Before lowering the front wheels, make sure wheel chocks are in front of the rear wheels.

(2) Before lowering the rear wheels, make sure wheel chocks are behind the front wheels.

(g) It is extremely dangerous to perform any work on a vehicle raised on a jack alone, even for work that can be finished quickly. Rigid racks must be used to support the vehicle.

2WD (Except Pre Runner):

Regular Cab: 1,249 mm (49.2 in.) Access Cab: 1,441 mm (56.7 in.)

Pre-runner:

Regular Cab: 1,249 mm (49.2 in.) Access Cab: 1,445 mm (56.9 in.) Double Cab (Short desk): 1,445 mm (56.9 in.) Double Cab (Long desk): 1,621 mm (63.8 in.)

4WD:

Regular Cab: 1,186 mm (46.7 in.) Access Cab: 1,394 mm (54.9 in.) Double Cab (Short desk): 1,394 mm (54.9 in.) Double Cab (Long desk): 1,560 mm (61.4 in.)

^ JACK POSITION |—| SUPPORT POSITION

nk CENTER OF VEHICLE GRAVITY (unloaded condition)

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