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Posted 9/16/2020 18:51 (#8499340 - in reply to #8498331)
Subject: RE: Handyman Jack -1, Me - 0


west central Iowa
I have three of them, best one is an old wooden handled one I got at a sale a couple years ago, all have had new kits put in them. I haven't gotten smacked yet, my Dad really yelled at me about being careful when I first used one. One friend said they called them a lookout jack.
Once I was able to jack up a 135 bushel grinder clear full of feed with one to change a tire. It was on the side of a gravel road in the spring when the frost was going out. Nothing else would fit under the grinder. The worst thing I was so worried about jacking it up I forgot to break the lug bolts until I had it raised up, but I was able to jam a block under it and break the bolts, no way I was letting it down again.
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