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Old 06-04-2010, 08:34 PM   #1
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Where's my Jack

I have a 2007 Freelander and I can't find my jack. I have looked through all the pointless manuals and nothing some help would be wonderful.

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Most do not have one supplied. You will need to hit Walmart and get a 4 or 5 ton bottle jack and keep a few boards on the rig. Also get a LARGE 4-way lug wrench and carry a 4' piece of cheater pipe to help break loose the lug nuts.


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Welcome to irv2.
All the motor homes I have had including class c would buy a 6 or 8 ton jack. If your dealer is good he may supply one.
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Old 06-05-2010, 12:17 PM   #4
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Thanks guys I looked for that jack for a half hour. I'll be heading to Wal-mart later on.
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FWIW, when we bought our C, it didnt have a jack or a spare.
Went to a junk yard and bought a rim then boughta used tire.
Mounted it on a slide in mount used to carry a spare on the front of P/Us.
Figured I didnt need a jack. Thats what CoachNet is for.
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