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Sedan & Coupe use the same jack (with little picture of sedan)

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Difference between them is the "kit". Includes jack with handle, lugwrench, and tool bag. Sedan kit also includes the clamp that holds it to the floor of the trunk

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Australia kits apparently included two spanners
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Looks like one Pliers and two open-end wrenches

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Re: Jacks -- sedan/coupe vs truck/van
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wagon/ute use a different Jack Handle compare to sedan/coup

Wagon and ute mount the jack under the front seat (passenger side)
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Sedan and coupe mount in the boot. So the handle is oriented differently
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where to jack up the car
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Sedan/coupe is easy -- there are these notches on the sills
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and the ute has the front notch. But what about the rear of the ute?
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I don't see any place under there???

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Wagon jack is in the back
Opposite side to the fuel tank

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nice piccie

So B10 wagon has it in the back

B110 sedan: wire clamp (same type as B10 coupe)
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B110 coupe: fixed bracket (same type as B10 sedan)
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B120 ute: fixed bracket below Passenger seat
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B110 wagon, havent seen one yet

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Re: Jacks - Wagon storage location
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it seems that Datsun kept moving the jack location, e.g.
VB10 in back
VB110 under seat
VB210 in engine bay
VB310 under seat again

B110 Wagon has the under-seat bracket
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Re: Jacks - Sedan storage location
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1000 SEDAN used a fixed bracket, left side of boot
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1200 SEDAN used a wire clamp, right of spare tyre
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then B210 & B310 SEDAN used fixed bracket, B210 left of spare, B310 put it back at left side of boot

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