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While a bigger jack would be better itís not like youíre lifting the whole truck so you arenít technically surpassing the jacks capabilities. I would however you jack stands regardless because jacks can still fail.
Tire rotation is one of those tedious tasks, but I do it on my 2015. Owner's manual only shows front-to-back-to-front rotation, so I loosen lug nuts, get the whole side up onto jack stands, and then remove the wheels, swap positions, get 'em snugged and then off the jack stands.
I will NEVER rely on the jacking mechanism to hold the vehicle up while I'm working on it. The ONLY exception will be in a roadside tire change situation, and then I won't ever put myself under the vehicle while it's supported with a jack only.
2015 Double Cab SR5 TRD Off Road
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