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Postby Tortron » 22 Sep 2005, 03:25

does anyone have a photo of the jack that originally came with their chevette, also tool kits/rolls or anthing along those lines
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Postby Doive » 23 Sep 2005, 09:56

I have a few lying around mate, I'll get a photo for you as soon as I can. If you want a spare one you are welcome to have one of these for cost of shipping!
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Postby Tortron » 23 Sep 2005, 10:03

youre a funny funny guy :lol:

are they sissor or bottle jacks or the ones that "plug" into the jack point thing?
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Postby jifop » 23 Sep 2005, 11:12

Tortron wrote:youre a funny funny guy :lol:

are they sissor or bottle jacks or the ones that "plug" into the jack point thing?


mine has the latter
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Postby Chevette Girl » 24 Sep 2005, 00:22

Mine has the bumper jack where the tire iron doubles as the handle... jack protrusion fits into slot on underside of bumper... do you want photos of that? I took some last night :)
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Postby Doive » 24 Sep 2005, 01:06

The ones I have are a vertical screw with a hinged metal tube that slots into the cylinder welded to the sills. There is a handle at the top. I have no idea if this works, as I have always used a trolley jack with my car (usefully stored in the boot).
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Postby shuvit-tim » 24 Sep 2005, 12:14

i have the same as doive - it does work - and it's better than your normal scissor jack but i still wouldnt crawl under the car with it on one!
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