Right. I need to do some work on Kitty the Jag (Replace front wishbone bushes - £150 if I do it, £900 if Jaguar do it ) The work requires dismantling the suspension, so I need the wheels off - So ramps are a no go. Which means axle / jack stands are the only option. The problem is placing them correctly - not an issue on the Gooster, as it has chassis / frame rails. The Jag, on the other hand, is a monocoque like most modern cars. I can place stands at the jacking points, but I don't want to damage the underside of the car or any pinch / spot welds under there. Any suggestions? I've seen some people use ice hockey pucks attached to the axle stands with a grove cut in them to accomodate the weld seams, but I'd like some other options / opinions before I hoist nearly two tons of Coventry's finest up in the air... How have you supported a car without front wheels in the past? Over the top, unsafe and / or Redneck solutions need not apply.