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Re: ‘49 22nd bumper jack
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Wheelhorse76
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This is (I think) the jack that came with the car , although it doesn’t have the certain markings on it . But it is a triangle “vee” style jack and I’d like to find a correct handle as well .

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Posted on: 5/30 12:38
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Re: ‘49 22nd bumper jack
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Hey Wheelhorse76,

There is a gentleman that pops up on this site from time to time, 'Ramblin Randy', who is a jack collector. His site name is 'wowabunga'. I communicated with him a couple of years back and purchased a 'correct' jack and handle set-up for my '39 Six. Although I won't use it, I'm going to make a nice wooden storage box for it, and just have it in the trunk for 'authenticity's sake'. I remember this Randy fellow saying he had over a thousand jacks for various years and makes, so he might be a good guy to contact, to track down a handle for your unit. Just an idea... Chris.

Posted on: 5/30 17:47
'If you think you can, or you think you can't - you're right!' Henry Ford.
1939 Packard Six, Model 1700
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Re: ‘49 22nd bumper jack
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Ozstatman
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Here's a LINK to Wowabunga's profile. Click on the "Send Message" button there to contact him.

And just for interest here's a LINK to a thread of Ramblin Randy's on the AACA Site about dangerous jacks.

Posted on: 6/1 23:42
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Re: ‘49 22nd bumper jack
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Wheelhorse76
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So I do have a handle , how can I tell if it’s correct or not ?

Posted on: 6/8 12:19
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