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Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies #3027815
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I have an assortment of OE jacks, but I'm not sure what they belong to. Any thoughts from the Moparts forum?

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Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: vinnyd76] #3027819
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Pic of the first jack in the photo of all of them together.

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Some shafts will have p/n's stamped.
Also rivets have date codes stamped.
Post that info for others to see

Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: vinnyd76] #3028111
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Originally Posted by vinnyd76
I have an assortment of OE jacks, but I'm not sure what they belong to. Any thoughts from the Moparts forum?



Go here.... https://www.nicksgarage.com/jacks.htm

Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: DAYCLONA] #3028410
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Originally Posted by DAYCLONA
Originally Posted by vinnyd76
I have an assortment of OE jacks, but I'm not sure what they belong to. Any thoughts from the Moparts forum?



Go here.... https://www.nicksgarage.com/jacks.htm



Thank you for the helpful info!

Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: vinnyd76] #3036221
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Based on the Chrysler OEM jack info shared by the forum, I'm guessing this jack maybe correct for a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere, Savoy or Fury? Thoughts?

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Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: vinnyd76] #3036323
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i'm not sure that is for a 64.
the main give away is the circular rubber disc and the "pin" directly in front of it.
that reminds me of the 197? up jacks that are used in the bumpers that have slots in them that the "pin" fits into. the rubber disc then contacts the chrome of the bumper, protecting it from scratches.
perhaps there are numbers somewhere on the mechanism ? if so, maybe others can confirm or deny my A$$umptions ? shruggy
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There's a website devoted to Mopar bumper jacks here. There are 100s of photos.

Also Mopar Air Cleaners, Mopar 6-way Seat Adjusters, and Mopar Wheel covers.

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Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: kentj340] #3036508
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Try here.....

---> https://nicksgarage.com/jacks <---


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Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: vinnyd76] #3036513
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Did ma mopar ever go to slots in the bumpers? I can't think of one? That blue color looks GM to me. shruggy


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Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: 3hundred] #3036524
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Chrysler went to the "slot" style bumper jack in 1972 , as I recall

Re: Assistance Needed Identifying OE Jack Assemblies [Re: rarefish] #3036835
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all of the chrysler C-bodies had the slots in the bumpers till 78, as my family had a bunch of those cars, as well as the few 73-74 challengers that cam into my junkyard during my ownership days.
also dodge and plymouth A and B-bodies.
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Originally Posted by vinnyd76
Based on the Chrysler OEM jack info shared by the forum, I'm guessing this jack maybe correct for a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere, Savoy or Fury? Thoughts?


Nope , 72 up , fits many models , the main difference may be post length.


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Originally Posted by rarefish
Chrysler went to the "slot" style bumper jack in 1972 , as I recall


You are correct.


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In 72 Chrysler standardized several parts,sloted bumpers for 1 style jack & ugly side marker lights,plus some other parts.







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