I only owned mine for a year. Ive been working on them for a few years.
My top has spider cracks in the top so ive been safe than sorry.
You know how it is brother.
That's an old wive's tale.
I agree. If the car was too fragile to jack up it would crack when you went over a railroad crossing or a speed bump. Can you imagine the engineers at Chevrolet designing a car that had to be taken apart to go over a bump?
I jack my 95 up without taking anything off or loosening anything and I've had each corner up by itself and the whole side up by jacking up one corner. The only cracks I have in my glass are on the hood where some clown slammed the hood onto my radiator cap.
A service manager at a local Chevy dealership who also races corvettes told me that you can lift the whole one side by placing the floor jack directly below the side mirror. I used this method to lift one side at a time while I put jack stands under the car when I replaced the exhaust with a cat-back system from Corsa. I had the entire car off the floor on four jack stands. No cracks anywhere. When you don't have a lift you do what you have to do.
Thank you for the heads up on this!I work on a lot of c4 and I know when you jack any of these cars you must take the glass roof off, pop the hood, and raise the back glass.
If not you could crack your beautiful glass top and destroy the rear glass too.
Just being a good member brothers