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Author Topic: MOPAR JOHNS EK2 SUPERBIRD RESTORATION!!  (Read 132243 times)
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« Reply #925 on: August 22, 2018, 09:15:31 PM »

But wait...there's more! Looky under the spare...  yesnod



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« Reply #926 on: August 22, 2018, 09:20:56 PM »

It appears you won't be able to rely on my unrestored 'Bird that obviously has been meddled with. Maybe I can try and arrange the correct jack for our car as well...help!  shruggy

First pic - bases...besides color, notice the 'T' shape in the center...
Second pic - Date on jack mechanism...
Third pic - part number on hook...


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« Reply #927 on: August 23, 2018, 08:03:59 AM »

Gary,
 Thanks for checking you Superbird jack!
Like me we know the 2931 103 / 10961 gray jack hook is correct.
In your case the gray base probably goes with the gray hook.
Your black mechanism has a 1 C date code or March of 1971.
So the black base and that jack are probably from a 1971 Mopar?
We need more owners to check when they have time!
MJ
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« Reply #928 on: September 15, 2018, 12:36:36 PM »

My jack post is the "T" type and not the hollow type as well.  WINGNUT
Pete,
 Since you pointed out that you have a "T" type jack and not hollow I have started to look into this.
I am find myself with more questions than answers on Superbird bumper jacks.
In order for this not to take my restoration post sideways and have more owners see it,
I'm going to start a new topic " ORIGINAL SUPERBIRD BUMPER JACK OR JACKS? ".
Since you have what you feel is an original I am asking for your help.
I would like a picture of your bumper jack base from the top and another from the bottom.
I would also like a picture of your jack mechanism from the sides showing the stamping, date code, etc.
Thanks! John
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