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Justin: The BMR Low Profile Jacking Rails that we have here are one of the most popular options available for the 2015 and newer Fastback owners looking to add an easy-to-install jacking point and one that's also gonna add a little bit more chassis strength in the process. Now materials will consist of a laser cut, one by two box steel along with the black hammer tone powder coat and corresponding two-year warranty all for right around that mid to high $100 price point. So jacking rails are one of those parts that's not gonna make your ride faster or look better but rather it's going to be a convenience edition, and what I mean by that is in stock form, the pinch weld is only really suitable for jacking in two smaller locations, one in the front and one in the rear. And while that might seem fine for most, the reality is putting a jack or a lift arm underneath these designated areas repeatedly can mess up the side skirt and the pinch weld itself.Furthermore, if you did wanna swap wheels, well, you'd first have to jack up the front then the rear, which, again, isn't a huge deal. We've all done it but that's where the jacking rails come into play. Now once installed, these guys essentially turn that entire pinch weld into one enormous jacking area. Now, front and rear spots are obviously easy to hit but on top of that, you can also get the jack right in the middle here and get both wheels up off the ground on one side of the car and do so without damaging that weld or the bottom portion of your side skirt. Now both driver and passenger side rails from BMR are made from tough laser cut 1 by 2 inch box steel tubing which is gonna bolt to the underside of the car using factory hardware and basically bolster the entire length of that pinch weld while giving you plenty of real estate to put your jack or your lift arm at any given time. Now, because of how these mount and because of how they secure to the chassis, they're also going to increase the structural rigidity similar to what you might find with the subframe connector on those older Mustangs.Now as you can see, these particular options are finished off in one of two signature BMR powder coats, this one being the black hammer tone, but BMR red is also available as well for a very similar price point. Now, one thing to point out here guys is that these are only designed to work with the Fastback S550s out there and are not compatible with the convertibles at this time because, if you didn't know, those verts do have some extra bracing that will interfere with where these guys will live, but now we wanna show you just how easy it is to get these guys in place, and again, no drilling, welding or permanent modification needed. So, therefore, site's gonna call this pretty solid one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, maybe an hour from start to finish to get everything in place, but give you a better idea of just how and where these guys go, here's an AM customer to walk you through it.Man: We have our tools here. We have our jacks. We have our jack stand. That's all you need tool wise. This is what I'll be using for this. I'll be using a half-inch drive breaker bar including with a 15 millimeter half inch and a 1 inch extension just to break the bolt loose. I'm going to transition over to the three eighths ratcheting wrench. Okay guys and girls, this is just the start of things. You can see the bolts that we're gonna be disconnecting, but we need some height on this car. So what I like to do, I like to go on the main frame rail right here just to jack it up so I don't ruin this lip right here which is the reason why we're installing these jacking rails. Now from here, get yourself your jack outside the scope of your work. That looks good to me so let's lower it down. We're gonna do the same process on this one as we just did the front, and note, if you're actually underneath the car, wear eye protection.We all know that that was pretty simple so let's grab the rail and let's just reverse that job. You see two smaller holes. Just make sure the smaller holes go towards the front of the car. It's in place. Stick through. You can hold on to the rail and just kinda slide to the opposite end. Put it in by hand first. Now we are going to start tightening. Now we go snug. We're gonna make sure that all four bolts are touching before you actually tighten it down completely. So in this case, I'm just gonna do one. Just give it just a little just a little bit. Snug it up and do the additional bolts. Go back to my half-inch as I mentioned in the beginning just to give it a little... Okay. We're gonna go to the center of the car. See if you can pull over this jack out from the front. Angle it the way you want and jack it up. Pull out that jack and let it drop guys.Justin: So if you are looking to add some jack inconvenience while also bolstering the chassis at the same time, well then the low profile jacking rails from BMR would be an awesome choice, and you can grab yours right here at americanmuscle.com.
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