fortunately I have not had to use mine but it goes through a hole under
the seat and contacts the frame from the side toward the middle. Or so
the pictures I have seen. I think also there are brackets to steady
the jack as well. but then this is an I think.
TR6 and TR3
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> Subject: TR3 Jack
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jack I Brooks)
> Date: Fri, 01 Nov 1996 00:06:10 EST
> Fellow TR3 owners,
> Help! I have the correct jack, with the ratcheting wrench and the cast
> hook on the side, but have no clue about where one would put it to lift
> the car. At home I can use any multitude of jacks, but I would rather
> not have to carry other jacks for a possible "on the road" tire change.
> Where can I fit the jack without risk to body panels?
> Jack Brooks
> Hillsdale, New Jersey
> 1960 TR3-A TS69032L
> '74 Norton Commando Roadster