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Old 08-01-2021, 11:25 AM   #1
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Changing tire - no instructions

My owner's manual states "See the chassis manufacturer's owner's manual for specific jacking and tire removal and replacement instructions which pertain to your unit."

We don't have that manual and I can't find it with an online search. Anyone have any suggestions?
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Tell us what chassis you have.


What size wheels/tires.


Assume you want to know lug nut torque.



If other, please specify.
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If you have a workhorse chassis, here is the manual

http://workhorse.navistar.com/workho...ers_manual.pdf
It's not very helpful in jacking, as it says to refer to the body manufacturer for jacking info. Page 117.
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Old 08-01-2021, 12:02 PM   #4
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If you have a workhorse chassis, here is the manual

http://workhorse.navistar.com/workho...ers_manual.pdf
It's not very helpful in jacking, as it says to refer to the body manufacturer for jacking info. Page 117.
The jacking info is what I'm looking for. That's the manual I don't have/can't find online.
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If you have a Ford, look at the 10th digit in your VIN, it should be a 2(2002) or 3(2003) for a 2003 but who knows. Use that year to get the manual at the site below. Ford shows the jack placement points.

https://owner.ford.com/tools/account...r-manuals.html
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If you have a Ford, look at the 10th digit in your VIN, it should be a 2(2002) or 3(2003) for a 2003 but who knows. Use that year to get the manual at the site below. Ford shows the jack placement points.

https://owner.ford.com/tools/account...r-manuals.html
PERFECT! Thank you!! Printing it out now.
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