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51 minutes ago, JAG1 said:

When my campers on it's in the way so I have to make the attachment tool and crank handle a lot shorter to turn it so I found a hex head bolt that fit in there perfect and put the bolt shaft in my cordless drill and turn it. Pretty sure its hex head in there.

You know I think you are. Have to pull mine out and look.

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I have the same..... Truck didn't come with any of the jack tools.    I use a a bolt  with two bolts threaded together so i can use a socket and rachet.  It's an odd size like 11/16ths  or 13/16's or something, but I can't remember to save my life....

 

Hag

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 I may have to cut the length of the bolt down a bit. I had the tailgate off when I did the mod. The bolt rubs the bottom lip when I close it. 

 Just need to figure out what to do with the spare now. Not gonna cut up the exhaust to make the spare fit. Guess it'll go back under the toolbox for now. Need to throw a bottle Jack and blocks in the box as well as sockets to change a flat if needed.

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