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Old 09-12-2009, 09:41 AM
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location of the factory jack?

2006 f250 , is it suppose to be behind the rear seat?
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Yes it should be along with a case that contains the other stuff.
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is there a difference w/ cab styles? my crew cab has the jack behind the rear seat and the rest of the stuff attached to the radiator shroud.
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is there a difference w/ cab styles? my crew cab has the jack behind the rear seat and the rest of the stuff attached to the radiator shroud.
For 2006 my F250 with all behind the seat.
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must be a difference in the years because my '00 has the jack behind the seat and the tools under the hood (same as spinella).
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I got shafted. Just got the truck few weeks ago, all i got was the tire iron and the rods to lower the tire down..

Anyone know the best place to get a replacement jack?
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try a junkyard.
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if i was in your shoes i would just go find a good bottle jack, scissor jack, or if you have the room a small floor jack.

the factory jack isn't really the best quality jack for these heavy trucks, again that is just my opinion.

Im sure ebay or a local junkyard will have a replacement though if you want a factory piece. even rockauto or FTE parts guy could get you a replacement.
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I have the jack behind the rear seat on my Crew, and the tools up front above the radiator.
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Get a craftsman 4 ton bottle jack, about the same size, goes up and down 10 times faster.
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make sure you have the adapter that is in the glove box or you won't be able to let your spare down. it fits on the end of your tire letdown rod.
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thanks. i gotta look in the glove box make sure i have the adapter.
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my 04 had em near the rad. My 06 has em behind the seat

The prob with em by the rad is... I blew a tire while on a road trip. The tools were SOO DAMNED HOT, I practically burned my hands getting them out of there.
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