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Jack Relocation into bed

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Old 02-06-2012
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Jack Relocation into bed

Found this little website check it out pretty neat
http://www.ourelkhorn.itgo.com/ranger/jack.htm
 
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thatis pretty neat too bad the stock jack is to small for my truck now :P but i may have to do this on my moms
 
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Not a bad idea... if you had some sort of a bed cover I wouldn't bother with the plastic trim. Looks better without!
 
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i may to this to mine i just have to get the stock case housing
 
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Thats neat. Wish I had a fleetside with a little bit more room than the steppie.
 
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I would rather have a toolbox with a bottle jack or a floor jack.
 
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Originally Posted by 98liftedranger View Post
I would rather have a toolbox with a bottle jack or a floor jack.
Bingo. Can fit multiple as well
 
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I just have a floor jack in my truck box. :D
 
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That actually looks good.
 
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My cover doesn't look like that. It's a T shape and has two cup spots. I also don't wanna drill into my bed.

I agree about the factory jack being too small. I am tempted to put a small piece of 4x4 or 6x6 wood in my bed just in case...
 
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Old 02-08-2012
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Originally Posted by morris View Post
My cover doesn't look like that. It's a T shape and has two cup spots. I also don't wanna drill into my bed.

I agree about the factory jack being too small. I am tempted to put a small piece of 4x4 or 6x6 wood in my bed just in case...
That's 'cause you've got an extended cab... my cover looks like your too. The cover in those pics are from a standard cab.
 
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