Tesla Model Y jack pad
Jack pad tool in Tesla Model Y chassis.

Chassis Specific Jack Pads

Do-it-yourselfers who are passionate about their cars will appreciate the innovative and practical solution that Reverse Logic jack pad tools offer. Most of our chassis specific tools hang from the jack points of your car and prevent damage to the side skirts and undercarriage of your car while using a floor jack.

Our tools with spring loaded bullet latches fit many Mercedes-Benz chassis introduced after the 2000 model year. Late model BMW, MINI Cooper, Mercedes-Benz chassis and the Nissan GT-R will accept our jack pad tools with silicone plugs which retain the tools in place.

Our jack pad tool for Corvette C5/C6/C7/C8 chassis allows the tool to be used in one of two ways. It can be suspended from the jack point or secured in place for extended maintenance periods.

The jack pad tool for Porsche uses a custom T-nut sized to fit the oval hole in the jack point of Porsche 964, 991, 996, 986, 997, 987, and 981 chassis.

Tesla Model S•X and Model 3•Y chassis specific jack pad tools are the latest addition to the Reverse Logic jack pad product line. More details about the tools are available in the drop down menu selections under Jack Pads.

Jack Pad Tool for C5/C6/C7/C8 Corvette

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The “diamond” shaped shaft on the T-nut distinguishes the Reverse Logic C5/C6/C7/C8 Corvette jack pad tool from competing products. The built-in stops on the shaft of the T-nut restrict the tool from being turned more than 90 degrees once the tool is inserted into the oval-shaped hole in the chassis. The tool can be used in two modes. When the Nylon spacer is installed between the puck and the T-nut, the jack pad can be used in the conventional manner where it simply hangs from the chassis. Although this tool is not intended to be permanently installed, it can be temporarily secured in place when performing maintenance for an extended period or taking a quick trip to a service garage. In this mode, the spacer is removed and the T-nut is re-installed until there is about 1/8" to 3/16" space between the T-nut and the washer. The tool is then inserted into the chassis jack point and the puck is turned clockwise a couple of turns until the tool is snugged up against the chassis. The washer prevents the tool from scraping against the chassis while turning the puck to secure it in place.

For some destinations in the USA the tools will be shipped unassembled in order to minimize shipping costs. This tool must be used with a floor jack which has at least a 2.5" diameter saddle.

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