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Old January 25th, 2010, 08:48 AM
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Default Stock jack and lug wrench pics!

For future reference, these are the correct items for the M715...

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Like an antique railroad jack. I have one or two of them
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Hallo,
according TM 9-2320-244-10 as of August 1968 the jack is a jack, hydraulic, self contd., 3 ton cap etc. supply no 65909-948251, replaces 932115; with handele , jack, tubular 65909-948252 (replaces 932124). Thats the info I have according to my complete set of manuales. So who is correct????
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Old December 19th, 2010, 04:22 AM
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Default Stock Jack and Lug Wrench

What a coincedence I was going thru some old posts and came across this one about the proper jack and lug wrench. If these photos are depicting the correct stock items, i made a great purchase online. I bought a jack and lug wrench exactly like the one Brute4c shows in his photos, and payed only $7.50for both items. They are in beautiful condition considering their age. The shipping was actually more expensive than the jack and lug wrench combined. I feel very lucky to have come across them and make them part of my M715 project.
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CONGRATULATIONS!!

What a scre...and for a great price...Merry Christmas!
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Seems like a small jack to me. I just can't remember ever using one when I was in the Army. The base of the jack seems so small and unstable. It's cool to have in the truck tho. I slid mine in the compartment between the cab and the bed. Along with my jumper cables. Is their a proper place to store the jack?
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I've actually now mounted it to the top of the passenger side wheel well under the hood. May not be the correct place. but it makes a nice display when the hood is raised. Jack handle is strapped in next to it. Looks like it belongs there.
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You've got to learn to post pictures potts. I'd like to see what it looks like.
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huuuaaaauuu, where do I get one for my M715?
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You've got to learn to post pictures potts. I'd like to see what it looks like.
You know Jeeper, you are absolutely correct. I promise to work on it. My daughter has showed me, but I keep forgetting how. Once I figure it out, you guys will be begging me to stop posting pics! I'll make it a New Years resolution.
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