Shoot, that leak's nuthin'!
Mine looked like a tributary of the Red Sea, but in reference to the Quikjack user manual, my connections leaked most AFTER I had the car on jackstands and relieved the HD pressure, almost like the air pressure cylinders were pushing it out. Almost nothing at the pump, LOTS at the frame connections. Can't remember if it was both side or just one.
The system seems to like the hoses connected just one way between the frames and pump. If I turn the hoses around and swap ends it leaks more one way than the other. I think I marked the ends with a Magic Marker to always get them right but noticed after the last "Red Sea Flood" that they were bass-ackwards.
I'll play with it and figure out what's going on and then call QJ to vent a little. Just finished my deck rehab so now I have time for this.
Oh! And yours looks about the same length as mine. I can catch the front jack points, or the rear jack points but they're too short to reach both. Chris' 996 is a lot longer (and the floor looks flimsy) so we totally gave up on that. On Pearl, I line up on the rear jack points (under the torsion bar end castings with a 2 X 4 ) and then run another 2 X 4 under the front floor pans (where it's a lot lighter and the floor is flat) and it lifts up nicely. It won't reach the front points in this diagram. I end up about 6" behind the front bulkhead of the footwells, but I believe the center of gravity of the car is about in the middle of the jack frames.