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Old 03-03-2017, 02:56 PM
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Is the jack pictured the same as the jack that would be used in a 1988 SSP? For the record it is originally from a 1986 GT...
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Pretty sure it's the same jack as regular-production cars, just the hold-down is longer (for the full-size spare). Can't remember when they went from blue to black (or back).
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My 1988 civilian LX notchback had an identical black jack in it. As for my 1988 CHP SSP, it came with the following in the trunk:
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A blank canvas, huh Michael?
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Pretty sure it's the same jack as regular-production cars, just the hold-down is longer (for the full-size spare). Can't remember when they went from blue to black (or back).
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My 1988 civilian LX notchback had an identical black jack in it. As for my 1988 CHP SSP, it came with the following in the trunk:
Mike and Michael, thanks for replies...
I looked through my totes of 8292 parts and found the original Jack. I looked back through my pictures of its tear down and confirmed it was its original Jack. It is Black btw... This blue one is from an 86 so I guess in either 87 or 88 they changed over to black from the blue... Darn shame as this jack and spare had never been out of car and Jack is NOS quality... Wonder if it's the same as came in my 83????
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1988 GSP#8292 Trpr R. Wilcox #799 Post 27; ACE wrecked in service with 24k miles; most documented & lowest mileage GSP

1990 GSP#0196 Trpr P. Kirkpatrick #756 Post 29

1992 GSP#2221 Trpr M. Prince #895 Post 9; 1 of 6 LoJack GSP Mustangs
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Pretty sure it's the same jack as regular-production cars, just the hold-down is longer (for the full-size spare). Can't remember when they went from blue to black (or back).
Mike can you, Jim or any others post up Jack pics of your early four eyed cars?
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1988 GSP#8292 Trpr R. Wilcox #799 Post 27; ACE wrecked in service with 24k miles; most documented & lowest mileage GSP

1990 GSP#0196 Trpr P. Kirkpatrick #756 Post 29

1992 GSP#2221 Trpr M. Prince #895 Post 9; 1 of 6 LoJack GSP Mustangs
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Pic from my documentation of 8292. So evidently the 88's had the black scissor jacks....
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1983 GSP#3083 Capt. C. Stallings #99 Post 41

1988 GSP#8292 Trpr R. Wilcox #799 Post 27; ACE wrecked in service with 24k miles; most documented & lowest mileage GSP

1990 GSP#0196 Trpr P. Kirkpatrick #756 Post 29

1992 GSP#2221 Trpr M. Prince #895 Post 9; 1 of 6 LoJack GSP Mustangs
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A blank canvas, huh Michael?
Ha, you bet...the whole car was! Made sure to get the essentials back in there after the return from body shop.

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