Time to get the Evora up on stands. Need to remove wheels, and change that vintage brake fluid. Lifted the Elise a zillion times. I like lifting Evora better.
First of all, an Evora has awesome deeply ribbed aluminium pads to lift on.
I stole a bit of Chrome Orange's idea, but a lot simpler (Lotus like?)
4 stands. I like these, not cheap but perfect for our cars. And I'm getting under there!
Also, two jacks. I have the small one and a larger one from Harbor Freight. I know that place is quite questionable but these do work.
Hockey puck or wooden pad that size.
This is the key: a thick piece of wood about a foot square.
This took maybe 20 minutes, first time.
Here we go.
Use large jack to lift by rear pad enough to place a stand under the front point (all stands are as short as they will adjust).
Place Rhino ramp under rear wheel.
Anyone can make something complicated. It takes genius to make it simple. Einstein.
2011 Evora S
Racing Heritage Edition (#3 of 4) (Now with alexsharkeyross)
2005 Elise LRG, track prepped
1974 Lotus Europa Special
3841R in JPS
2007 Toyota Tundra (about 10 cup holders), traded for 2015 Tundra TRD PRO
2007 Audi S4 DTM (RIP) 1980 Rover SD1 (new home) 2015 Honda Civic Si
2016 370Z Nismo
2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed 2019 Lexus LC500