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 Posted: 10-17-2016 07:44 pm
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Any help on getting a tire jack for a 1975 would be appreciated. Esp a picture would be helpful as I now have two cars and no jacks. Such a newbie i never thought to ask before buying both [long story]
Also photos of their storage would be helpful too
SX

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 Posted: 10-18-2016 04:03 pm
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Yes; I have quite a few left from all the J-Hs I had .
send me an email for what exactly you need, at RedRacerbm@gmail.com
bruce madden

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 Posted: 11-15-2017 06:44 pm
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Mostly looking for images
I have a jack in the trunk from another car that works
Looking for a picture on what a restored/refurbished trunk looks like and where the jack was mounted.
Will send email
SX

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 Posted: 12-01-2018 02:30 pm
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Sorry for delay in response. gone through three fuel pumps and two deaths on the Interstate.
Do you have mounting brackets for the tire jacks?
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No still at a lost to the dying fuel pumps. Installed by shop and not sure if psi is causing deaths

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 Posted: 12-01-2018 03:04 pm
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/JENSEN-HEALEY-FACTORY-JACK-AND-HANDLE-SPARE-TIRE-CAR-TOOL/201982258164?hash=item2f0714abf4:g:yAQAAOSwWdZZYp5w:rk:59:pf:0&LH_ItemCondition=4

the true color is blue, this one seems to have been painted, also no bracket that holds it, just a strap.

Brett

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 Posted: 12-02-2018 04:50 pm
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The 3 pieces that came in the vinyl pouch were a scissors jack, an extension handle to turn the scissor screw, and the lug nut wrench, all painted blue as Brett said.
The strap to hold the pouch against the passenger side(right) used the same as the seat bottom strap support/glove box holding material. Used seat bottom straps (replaced with MGB ones) can be cut thinner for this. I have good sets except for the pouch, all of which have a worn hole . bruce

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