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Jacking up a lifted Jeep

So what is the best way to jack up a lifted Jeep? I have really good floor jack. I want to jack up my Jeep to switch out my 35" wheels and tires. I am not sure the best way to go about it.
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From the axle. On the front I go just to the "passenger" side of the pumpkin for the jack. On the rear axle I jack it from the center of the diff. Put stands under the tubes.

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That is what I was thinking too. I was not sure if I was missing something
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