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Old 12-14-2011, 03:15 PM
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jack and spare tire carrier

I need a jack for a '73-'79 F-100, lug wrench as well if you have one and a spare tire carrier. Thanks
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I need a jack for a '73-'79 F-100, lug wrench as well if you have one and a spare tire carrier. Thanks
D3TZ-17080-C (replaced 8C-17080) .. 'Bottle' Jack

Applications: 1948/52 F1/F2 / 1953/79 F100/250.
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C2SZ-17032-C .. Lug Wrench (this is not used to crank the jack).

Applications: Myriad 1949/79 FoMoCo Passenger Cars / 1980/91 LTD/Crown Vic/Mercury Grand Marquis/Lincoln Town Car without aluminum wheels.

1948/52 F1 / 1953/83 F100 / 1966/96 Bronco / 1975/96 F150.
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:33 AM
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Thanks for the part #s, I actually still have the crank, it was behind the seat under the wingnuts where it belongs on my version. Made from 49-79, wow, they should be plentiful. I just need to look in the right places, havent had time. Part of my spare tire carrier is under there, the long threaded bolt with the loop on it. I remember why so many folks never put them back up after retrieving the spare, they are a &*^% to man handle back in place.
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Thanks for the part #s, I actually still have the crank, it was behind the seat under the wingnuts where it belongs on my version. Made from 49-79, wow, they should be plentiful. I just need to look in the right places, havent had time. Part of my spare tire carrier is under there, the long threaded bolt with the loop on it. I remember why so many folks never put them back up after retrieving the spare, they are a &*^% to man handle back in place.
When hitting the junkyards, look for one a these little charmers.

D3TZ-1440-B .. Slide Out Spare Tire Kit / Optional for 1973/79 F100/150's.

It's a lot easier to remove the tire, cuz it slides out, instead of unscrewing those bolts (that are usually rusted in place), then manhandling the tire off the carrier.

btw: There's ONE of these kits available NOS at a NY Ford Dealer. Lemme know if you're interested.
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Just for kicks, yes, PM me the info, I will call and see what he wants for it. You are right, they always rusted in place and many folks just threw the spare in the bed (which incidentally, is where mine is)
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I've offered a spare tire carrier a few times but noone seems to want it.
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Still have it grinner? Which one is it?
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I'm thinking bolt up one. I think just the x piece survived the dismantling. Pretty sure I have a spare jack also.

Pm me if your interested and I'll double check on the jack.
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Does anyone have the complete sparetire carrier for a 76 f100 swb for sale?
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