Hey guys. Here is a simple problem: I have read several postings on lifting points and jackstand use for 348's, but I am still confused. I looked under my 348 today with a flashlight and found what looked like possible lifting points: two pieces of flat metal (each about 2.5"×3/4''×1/4") sticking out of the undercarriage just behind the front wheels and somewhat further infront of the back wheels. I couldn't get a good look under there because of the low clearance, but this was all that even looked like a lifting point. On my Alfa's the lifting points appear to be much more substantial. Are these the correct lifting points or have I missed them? I have read that the best way to get a floor jack under a 348 is to drive it up on to a plank of lumber (1.5×6) to provide some needed additional clearance. Here is the part that is a little fuzzy: Next lift the front of the car using the floor jack (with a hockey puck in the lift bowl) to lift at a cross-member on the front end of the 348. Since I cannot see under the vehicle yet I have not been able to identify the proper cross-memeber. Once the 348 is lifted place a small piece of plywood on the contact surface of the jackstand to prevent scratching. Does this seem correct? Sorry for being such a rookie, but I want to be completely sure before attempting to remove my tires. Thanks!