I jack the front on the bottom of the front cross member, then put jack stands just under those hooks on the control arms. I have to use a 4x4 block of wood between the jack and the cross member because the truck is so high and my floor jack doesn't go up that high. I also like to use the block for the rear. It's like a cushion between the metal on metal contact.
The rear is jacked from the bottom of the rear diff (pumpkin) and jack stands put under the rear axle.
I like to raise the truck and support all 4 corners on jack stands when rotating my tires. Just makes things easier.
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