Message from discussion What is it? Set 466
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From: "Lloyd E. Sponenburgh" <lloydspinsidemindspring.com>
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"Rob H." <rhv...@gmailnospam.com> fired this volley in
> It's definitely a jack but I don't think it's a bottle jack.
Rob, it's most certainly a bottle jack. It's a "long ram" bottle jack.
Common as hens' eggs (not teeth).
However, that doesn't disclose the purpose of the rachet-like attachment
at the top -- which I suppose is for load locking, so it won't sag once
the height has been established. I think there may be a part missing.