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Woodchuck

02-13-2018 17:38:10




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Picked up a very nice jack from a neighbor the other day. Includes the front support and has a Ferguson Data tag. $100! [/img]




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PatrickB

02-14-2018 10:47:55




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2018 17:38:10  
The guy that thought that lift up had a good idea, but I don't think
he took it far enough. It wouldn't take much to redo it with heavier
material and make it so it's able to lock itself in place when fully extended.
Then you could safely leave it there for years if needed.



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Kirk-NJ

02-14-2018 03:29:06




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2018 17:38:10  
While this jack was fine for hard surfaces care should be taking when use on dirt and soil which is why a ground plate was also offer as an option for these jack although you very rarely see these ground plates attached to the Jacks.
Of course your hydraulics should be in good shape for tire removal



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steve19438

02-14-2018 04:27:01




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Kirk-NJ, 02-14-2018 03:29:06  
dumb question. what happens if the engine stalls after you have the wheels off ?



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new oxford 2n

02-14-2018 17:15:25




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to steve19438, 02-14-2018 04:27:01  
When I was a kid and helping my dad change wheels and he wanted to move up slowly he would put it in overdrive (or leave it in standard) and I would run the starter with the PTO engaged and we could "inch" the wheel into place very easily. My jack is a totally different style than that one.



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Kirk-NJ

02-14-2018 06:10:59




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to steve19438, 02-14-2018 04:27:01  
If your hydraulics have leak down than things will not be good. I have seen where some guys will chain them up to the top link area. I have wood blocks that i use when I go to pickup dead tractors with implements attached. This way I can jack up the implement and put the wood block under the 3pt upper arms and rest on the top of the axle trumpet This way I can winch the tractor with the implement onto the trailer all in one shot. Ever though my hydraulics are good I would use something like that as a safety measure.

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steve19438

02-14-2018 06:39:45




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Kirk-NJ, 02-14-2018 06:10:59  
i thought wood blocks too but for my way of thinking you might as well use a jack then.



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HCooke

02-14-2018 05:47:45




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to steve19438, 02-14-2018 04:27:01  
Hydraulics must be in good shape.



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steve19438

02-14-2018 02:57:20




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2018 17:38:10  
looks like the one i had.



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hd6gtom

02-13-2018 21:40:16




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2018 17:38:10  
I've hauled at least a dozen, maybe far more of them to the scrap yard, they came with some of the many non running fords I have hauled to the scrap yard. Never seen 1 hooked up.



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HCooke

02-13-2018 19:07:08




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2018 17:38:10  

Very useful for changing tires and brake work. Never have painted mine.



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Royse

02-13-2018 18:21:56




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 Re: Ferguson Jack in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2018 17:38:10  
Nice! I paid about the same for mine.

Now I have to get it cleaned up and painted.



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