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Old 07-18-2012, 06:15 PM
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Looking for Jack Handle and Lug Wrench

I've found the jack for my newly acquired 06 F150 super crew. The jack was underneath the back seat on the passenger side, right where the manual said it was, however the jack handle and lug wrench are no where to be found.
Are they suppose to be in the same place as the jack or did Ford put them somewhere else?
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Old 07-18-2012, 06:35 PM
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They should have been in a canvas bag rolled up and velcroed to the top of the jack. Either junkyard it or call Steve at Tousley Ford parts. Steve and Tousley are a site sponsor here. His prices for parts are cost + 10%
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Old 07-18-2012, 06:42 PM
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They should have been in a canvas bag rolled up and velcroed to the top of the jack. Either junkyard it or call Steve at Tousley Ford parts. Steve and Tousley are a site sponsor here. His prices for parts are cost + 10%
Yea, I'll call the PO just to see if he has them laying around somewhere and, if not, I'll go by the junkyard and pick them up.
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The 06 that I picked up last week has one better, the spare tire is also missing, just the cable hanging. I know the jack & handle isn't under the seat because I removed the seat, just carpet left.




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The 06 that I picked up last week has one better, the spare tire is also missing, just the cable hanging. I know the jack & handle isn't under the seat because I removed the seat, just carpet left.




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That's just the max fuel economy package lol
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That's just the max fuel economy package lol
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