Assuming you are simply putting her away for the winter and not doing much
more than an oil change etc. I would place the jack stands under the rear
axle at the point where the springs/struts are attached and find the frame
up front. Preferably where the suspension mounts to the frame. If you were
hoping to let the suspension dangle all winter you will need to find some
other jacking point in the rear which can be hard on frameless (or rather
integrated frame/ unibody) construction. Sure saves a lot of weight on the
finished product but makes for some problems too. Of course the
manufacturer wants them to be driven not sit in a garage. Zoom Zoom!
I leave my 83 RX-7 on the wheels. That way I can take it out once or twice
a month on nice days to charge the battery etc. Not talking about a 100
mile run but simply around the block or fetch some groceries then back into
the garage. Conditions have to be right though...no snow/slush etc so no
salt or sand to worry about.
Just a thought.
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