Model T Jacks
Compiled by Rick Black
The original tool kit supplied with each Model T contained a jack. Photos were supplied by eBay sellers and Ford fans - thanks to those that have contributed! If you have a better photo that you'd like to contribute, click here. |
Model T passenger cars used a screw jack with an attached handle (with FORD script on it). It fit under the front or rear axles.
TT Truck jacks were different in size and weight and had a separate handle. The base of this jack measured 5 1/4" x 3 1/8" and the top pad measured 1 5/8". Made by Walker, the jack had the number "216" stamped into it. These jacks were very similar to the Model AA truck jacks used in 1928-1931.
|Part Number||Dates Used||Height||Type||Mfgr||Handle|
|T Car||Through mid-1920w||Screw||Integral|
|TT Truck||Through 1927||9.75" lowered |
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|1920's Model T Cars
||T Car Jacks - 1925-26, 1927 and 1928 A Jack|
|Late TT Truck
||Late TT Truck Ford Script
Last Updated 04/27/2011
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