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WTB: Jack Assembly for 2003 Tacoma

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by Yamasaki, May 9, 2010.

  1. May 9, 2010 at 3:40 PM
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    Yamasaki

    Yamasaki [OP] Yamaha + Kawasaki!

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    2003 Tacoma Limited TRD 4x4
    I need a Jack assembly (Jack/spare tire lowering rods) for a 2003 Tacoma. I have no way to lower my spare tire at this point. Please post here or email

    rkleeb@gmail.com

    Thanks

    P.S. If anyone can tell me if an assembly for other years would work that would be great. From what I can see, it does not appear my spare tire carrier assembly has a hook that a rod grabs onto, but rather just a flathead type assembly (Basically if I had a really long flathead screwdriver I could lower the assembly). I know thats not worded the best, but I'm sure those in the know understand what I am saying.
     
  2. May 9, 2010 at 3:46 PM
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    dylandercole

    dylandercole Well-Known Member

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    sway-a-way 2.0 coilovers, 1.5'' AAL, 1'' toytec shackle lift, Go-Rhino 3000 Grille Guard, Kicker KS6502 speakers, JVC KD-S24 Head unit, billstein 5125 rear shocks, Deck Plate mod, K&N air filter, Wheelers offroad front and rear braided brake lines, diff breather mod, power slot rotors, ebc yellow stuff pads
    yup, just like a flathead. the jack assembly uses a hook to lower it but they use the hook like a screwdriver. Just stick sometihing in there and twist. the tire will lower
     
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