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Re: 1993 Master T35D handbook and jack
As a van owner myself, I much prefer the ease (and increased safety) which comes from using a hydraulic trolley jack - I have one like this; http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Liftmaster-3-T...item3a61e41873
Much quicker to raise & lower the van, plus its lifting point is that much greater (and safer) than trying to find the slot that a scissors-type has to lock into.
A few velcro straps or bungee cord to secure it whilst driving, and you're sorted.
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