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Mounting Location For Lug Wrench And Chock?


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02JACKLUGWRENCHTOOLS_zpsab2fefd7.jpgthere is no wheel chock in 02's like current day BMW's

 

if you have a big bumper car, the jack and lug wrench

is mounted on the drivers side of the trunk next to

the threaded post - requires a wing-nut and bracket

to hold both down

 

if you have a small bumper - round tail light car,

they mount along side the spare tire in the well

 

AND IF YOU WANT TO CUSTOMIZE -  hit the bone yards for a E30, E34, E24 trunk lid for a

tool kit to install onto your lid

 

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Edited by c.d.iesel
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One small addition to the above:  when my '69 was delivered new, the lug wrench/jack handle was wedged under the jack, then the wing nut fastening the jack was tightened, pinning the lug wrench between the jack and the trunk floor.  No way would it fit in the tool roll that came with the car. 

 

cheers

mike

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