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Old 03-26-2005, 02:41 PM   #1
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Question about Spare/ need help!!

I just purchased a new 2004 16ft, ccd. It has the spare tire, but I can't find the
jack? Does airstream furnish the jack, lug nut rench, and jack handle?
thanks in advance.... mike
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They did not in '67.

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They did not in 2001 or in 2004.

I think you have your answer now.

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thanks! that answers my question!! mike/joyce
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thanks! that answers my question!! mike/joyce
Not to leave you hanging. The easiest way to replace a tire if you are a tandem axle unit is to run one tire on the same side (assuming you are changing a flat) up on blocks. That raises the bad tire off the ground.

I carry a cross tire wrench, looks like a "+" that has different size lug sizes on three of the four sides. That way I can change tires on the trailer or the tow vehicle with the same wrench.

Hope this helps. Now if you have a single axle trailer its a different story.

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Now if you have a single axle trailer its a different story.

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He does, and it is.
Almost any auto parts store will be happy to sell you a hydraulic bottle jack. If you get one, a ten ton would be ideal, not because your trailer weighs that much, but because the jack has a much wider base, so it is less prone to tipping over under load. There should be a spot behind the axle marked "JACK HERE", that is where the top of the jack will need to be. A 2"x6" about a foot long would be a good idea, too, to set the base of the jack on if you are in dirt, and have to raise it there.
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He does, and it is.
Thanks Terry, I didn't look closely at the length of his CCD. Good information for a new owner.

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