Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Tin Man » Tue Mar 15, 2016 12:56 pm

INSUBORDINATOR wrote:Still love the Jack, Looks great in gloss black with white tip on handle. I even fond a stiff leatherette tool bag in my stuff that fits it perfectly, with room for the spout of my Nato Gas Can. Very tidy & well organized in my trunk now.


I think you made that up. Yup a totally made up story......now......if there were pictures.......we would know that it was really really true...... :roll:
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Lmo » Tue Mar 15, 2016 3:42 pm

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My Dad was a rebuilder/restorer of Model Ts. He built a "speedster" one summer for some guy in town. He used to haul me around in it for awhile. To say it was "minimal" would be an exaggeration; no windshield, homemade plywood body, wooden box seat with an old folded up blanket for upholstery. I think I was five (1956).

I still have a few "Ford" tools somewhere in a box, but no jack.
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby jdeng » Mon Aug 22, 2016 6:09 pm

That is great! I have one of those that I've been intending to sell on ebay if I every have time. Now I own a Ural sidecar rig, and PROCRASTINATION PAYS OFF AGAIN!
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Snakeoil » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:08 pm

With that jack you won't need any ballast in your trunk. :wink:
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Ragmanx1 » Mon Aug 22, 2016 10:58 pm

I think I may have a jack like that left over from my '28 Plymouth project.
It may work! Thanx,
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Snakeoil » Sun Aug 28, 2016 10:35 am

I found one this weekend in a garage sale. More compact than the one shown here, but more than adequate. It's a Walker from Racine, WI. No handle. Uses a 1/2" drive from a ratchet or speed handle. So, your tool kit needs a 1/2" drive. I was thinking of bending up a small speed handle.
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby INSUBORDINATOR » Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:00 am

Snakeoil wrote:I found one this weekend in a garage sale. More compact than the one shown here, but more than adequate. It's a Walker from Racine, WI. No handle. Uses a 1/2" drive from a ratchet or speed handle. So, your tool kit needs a 1/2" drive. I was thinking of bending up a small speed handle.


WOW, That's a beauty. Extra heavy duty - High Lift. Some kind of an attachment for the top lifting surface with a notch - to keep it from squirming out from under frame tubes would make it easier to use.
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby bikenut » Thu Sep 08, 2016 10:12 pm

bluesman wrote:I recognize this. I think it is from a 1928 - 1931 ford a Model AA truck. Looks just like one that I have

Yep, that's what I was told also when I found mine
Funny thing how things go, last weekend was straightening up the shed, and the War Department asked me what it was.
I told her and she asked why I was keeping it
"Cause it's cool"
She didn't get it......,.,
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Snakeoil » Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:34 pm

WOW, That's a beauty. Extra heavy duty - High Lift. Some kind of an attachment for the top lifting surface with a notch - to keep it from squirming out from under frame tubes would make it easier to use.


It actually has a concave groove in the top platform to fit nicely on a round tube. I've since degreased, wire brushed and repainted it with a nice coat of Satin Black Rustoleum. I'd post a pic, but I'm not at the lake. I'm at the Hurricane Giro for the next two days.
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Casty62 » Thu Sep 15, 2016 4:05 pm

I would put it on display in my man cave and continue using my Gobium style notched two by four.
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Re: Look at my GREAT URAL JACK

Postby Snakeoil » Fri Sep 16, 2016 5:27 pm

Yup. Put it on top of the cabinet in the barn.
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