2004 GTO - Proper jack stand points?

Freebeer187

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I'm making this a bit more complicated than it has to be. I'm going to be replacing the rear brakes on my brothers 2004 GTO, and I took a moment to look at the jack points. Here is a photo:



green for jackstands
yellow jackpoints
Due to garage space, I am only going to be doing one axle at time before needing to re-position the vehicle (back it out and then reverse it in). According to this picture, I will use the floor jack in the yellow area, and place jack stands on the green areas. Since I am trying to lift only one axle at a time before needing to lower it, is this best solution for what I am trying to accomplish, or is there an equally safe alternative?
 

Shocker

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I use to put my floor Jack's on the green points and do work. Never had an issue.
 

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Same as said above. Never had one issue
 

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