Quick note, that Costco Arcan 3-ton jack is now only $99 online at Costco.com.That was pretty good. I saw one teeny nit picking error, you sid to "Remove the Tire CHOKE" 0
I use the same type of 3 ton floor jack, they can be had on sale at Costco for $130, & will jack pretty much everything in the barn.
As you showed, a couple pieces of 2x4 screwed together, (or a scrap of 4x4), make a suitable shim for the back. If you don't want to do that, if you just jack the front a bit higher, it will lift the rear wheel also, & you can do them both.
I used the Re-Learn tool (an orange unit) that was shown on another thread. It didn't work the first 2 times I tried. However, I noticed the red "Low Battery" light flashed a wee bit, even though I had a new battery in it. I swapped for another new Duracell, & noticed the GREEN light was quite a bit brighter. It worked fine after that.
Suggest those who couldn't get their tool to work, try a brand new battery.
One other item I noticed. With the factory wheels, the axle/bearing nut is fully covered by the design of the wheel. This is not the case once you swap to steelies & hubcap.
I once had a Honda rust this area quite badly, I suggest giving the area a squirt of anti rust, such as you would use on the edge of hoods, doors etc.
I see they also use a single screw in the brake rotor, used to hold the rotor in place during assembly. These have a nasty habit of becoming one with the rotor, especially for those who drive in a winter salt environment. I take them out & toss them, now, while it is still easy. They complicate an eventual brake job by a huge factor if you cant get them out. I know, I know, these rotors are not SUPPOSED to rust, but 15 seconds of prevention might save you hours.
If you lease, or don't plan on keeping your Bolt forever, disregard.
That’s a bargain, and it comes with the very generous Costco guarantee, bring it back at any time for any reason for a full refund.