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Jack, tire iron, & spare questions;

OK so I got a used Dually Crewcab 4x4 and it's missing the jack, the tire iron, and the spare. Also the tube and the mechanism that pulls the spare up is missing. Anyway, here's my questions:

1) Does anyone have pics of the stock jack for a DRW and where it mounts.
2) Anyone have pics of the tire irons and rods for lowering/raising the spare and where they mount?

I guess I'll be calling around to the junk yards to find the mechanism for raising/lowering the spare and that tube.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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The tire iron and rods should be located in the engine compartment above the radiator and intercooler. I believe the stock jack should be under the back seat, passenger side. Sorry don't have any pics.

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The stock jack totally blows, so you're not missing anything there. Junk yards out here want like $100 for that spare tire winch, so good luck with that. The tire iron and rods should be under the hood, on top of the radiator.

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yea as everyone says above forget the stock jack and take a run up to tractor supply and pick up an 8 ton jack for 30 bucks or whatever it costs.

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