Wagon Jack Instructions

ssn696

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Fell off the wagon's tire well lid. Still decent, here's a scan if anyone needs a copy.
 

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liquidh8

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Thanks, now to find one with the scissor jack. I thought I seen it once, I plan on using a scissor jack in mine, since jacking from the modified bumpers would be blasphemy.
 

oldsmobile joe

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Best i can do.
 

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ssn696

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ssn696 Lemme take a crack at cleaning that decal up for you.

I will need some H x W dimensions please...
I have to find where I hid this thing for safe keeping. Maybe Joe can put a tape measure on his while I keep looking...
 
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oldsmobile joe

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I have to find where I hid this thing for safe keeping. Maybe Joe can put a tape measure on his while I keep looking...
on my what?!!!
my pic is from a junk yard wagon. i grabbed the jack hold downs and took the pic so i could figure out how to use it. never seen another set like them.

i don't for the life of me know where all the jacks and hold downs go. probably the same place my one sock goes to after doing the wash.
 

Longroof79

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I think my car still has the original jack instructions, but for the regular bumper jack. I have both jacks in the well, bumper and scissor jacks. Of course the bumper jack is useless, at least in my case. I've used the scissor jack before.
 

Ribbedroof

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This is the kind that has been in the wagons I've had....



Sort of a hybrid between a bumper jack and I dunno what. The carriage ratchets along the bumper jack style bar seen at the far right of the jack
 
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