Depends on the location.so is Copperslip OK?
Close as possible to the jack pad, allowing for the width of the jack and axle stand. Just a bit further along the sill’s downward pointing seam, towards the B-pillar at either end. The sills, and the seam, are the strongest parts of the body frame, and are designed with this in mind. (Not true of all cars, but true for the Yeti). There are some strong, subframe mounting points slightly more inboard, at the front, but nothing else suitable anywhere near the back. Having the stands more outboard helps with stability too.Thanks, got some Ceratec on order. One more question, once I have jacked the car up, to change the front brakes, where is the best place for axle stands to go?