I really wouldn’t as the factory spot is so small and angled. I designed these to be used with a floor jack or a vehicle post lift.Can you use those on a stand, not the jack? I can't seem to find solid info on how you safely use stands once you've jacked your Model 3 off the ground.
Yes a full sized aluminum floor jack is needed, and no a scissor jack can not be used. Tesla’s are very heavy vehicles which makes lifting it a very delicate procedure.Just ordered the kit. Thank you, is there a roadside-type jack you recommend, scissors jack, Or do you really think a full size jack is the way to go as part of an on board emergency kit?
Yah I had heard about Costco thing, they are a huge company just covering their butts.I got two of these for my personal use. I needed to get the summer tires changed out for all seasons before the temps got too cold. Everyone I checked with was uncomfortable lifting the car. So I go two more, went to Costco and, done.
OBTW, some Costcos will not work on the M3 regardless because it is not in their computer and they told me corporate says no to cars not in their computer because they do not have the specs or the tools necessary (even if you bring the adapters).