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I then drilled a couple of holes in the rear wheel fender wells just behind the back seat. I bolted the jack to the brackets first and then marked the holes. That way I made sure the bolts lined up with the holes in the jack. I then got out a q-tip and painted the holes with POR-15 to keep the rust monster at bay. Finally I bolted them on. A couple of big washers and two wing nuts later my 30 lbs. 48″ HiLift jack is securely mounted inside where it won’t get all dirty while being effectively out of the way. If you’re worried about it being stolen, drill a hole through one of the mounting bolts and put a small padlock through it. it may not stand up to a bolt cutter but it makes it just annoying enough that the potential thief will think twice and hopefully move along to another target.

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