Recently bought a 2005 WNBG Aspect. Come to find out, I cannot find where the tire jack is located. Looked in all the outside compartments. It's unlikely that the previous owner kept it, but you never know. I you have a 26' Class C, where is yours stowed.
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The motor home cut a way chassies don't come from the factory with a jack. And, the jacks that are supplied with regular vans would not do the job on a motor home.
Get your self a good 12 ton hyd. bottle jack. 6 ton minimum, but 12 ton is better.
I had a 2007 26A and in passenger side rear compartment (the big one), it had the lug nut wrench, but no jack. Never though about a jack cause had HWH jacks on it. Recently sold the 26A, now have a 2012 28T with HWH jacks, and come to think of it, I got no wrench, jack, etc., but I got GS emergency service.
Hard for me to understand why the manufacturer would not supply a jack. Probably a liability issue. They don't want to get sued if somebody gets hurt. I travel quite a bit in Mexico and I like to be selfsufficient, so I will be looking for a bottle jack to add to my tool kit.