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      03-29-2024, 12:36 PM   #1
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Has anybody replaced the factory jack pads on the car. Mine are starting to come apart and its a little difficult to get the aluminum adapters to fit for the actual lift jack. Rough to replace? Not a bad price from ECS
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      03-29-2024, 02:58 PM   #2
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Pretty sure they just snap in and out. I'm using some cheap pad adapters from Amazon and they work fine.
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I bought aluminum jack pad from Burger Motor Sport. Worx fine.
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Pretty sure they just snap in and out. I'm using some cheap pad adapters from Amazon and they work fine.
Yup. Popped one out and it broke pretty easy. Glad iam gettin new ones
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Buy them from FCPEuro & if/when they fall apart they'll be free with FCP's lifetime replacement warranty.
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Got my new ones. They seem a little lose after install. Kinda nervous they gona fall. Anybody use a bit of rtv or sum gorilla glue? They fit all the way in just not very secure. Oem fell apart prying it out. Same part number across the board 9981.

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I bought sum gorilla glue clear silicone adhesive to put around the edges. The imside clips donít really hold very well at all
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