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    Name that part...

    Hi,

    Just picked up my 1st Patrol. 2014 Manual.
    I have a "name that part" question.

    Noticed a bit of rattle coming from the rear seats, so I thought I'd investigate.

    Turns out there was a loose tool / rod floating around under the seats.
    Its about 1m long. Photo taken with wife's sunnies for reference.
    IMG_0110.jpg

    Looks unused. The end is flattened to drive something. Hook on the other end.
    Is this a jack extension? Or just some random part from the previous owner.
    If its part of the Patrol kit, where's it supposed to be stashed?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by growler2058 View Post
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    Thanks mate. Does it have a home aside from floating under the kids seats making noise?
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    Should be clips under the seat to secure it


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    All my clips are busted so it's cable tied in for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by growler2058 View Post
    Jack winder upperer
    ... and winder downerer if you reverse the hook.
    Can also be handy for turning "road seriously injured" into "road kill", poking the Camp Fire and Hemerrhoidectomys

    I think that black and brown thing is a pair of Northern Hemisphere sunglasses.
    Bugger all use here as they are upside down for Oz, might be OK if you stand on your head.

    Usually stowed on the dash, in the centre console, door pockets, glove box, roof console (if you have a flash Patrol) on the seat (if you want a suprise) on the front of a T'shirt (if you have boobies) and occasionally on the roof (up to about 30 KPH or 15% grade)
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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    ... and winder downerer if you reverse the hook.
    Can also be handy for turning "road seriously injured" into "road kill", poking the Camp Fire and Hemerrhoidectomys

    I think that black and brown thing is a pair of Northern Hemisphere sunglasses.
    Bugger all use here as they are upside down for Oz, might be OK if you stand on your head.

    Usually stowed on the dash, in the centre console, door pockets, glove box, roof console (if you have a flash Patrol) on the seat (if you want a suprise) on the front of a T'shirt (if you have boobies) and occasionally on the roof (up to about 30 KPH or 15% grade)
    Mate you have got to either get off the medication...........or increase the dosage hahahahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuppa View Post
    Mate you have got to either get off the medication...........or increase the dosage hahahahahahaha
    Oh please go the increase, I am crying here with laughter
    Seemed like a good idea at the time

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    Very clever, a good laugh!

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    IMO you are better off ditching the OE mechanical jack in favour of a 20 tonne hydraulic job.
    much less effort, and more throw [height] too
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