Could someone tell me what year the smaller jack on the right is for?
I was out mowing my back yard, and I found a piece of steel sticking up. I didn't want to hit it with the mower, so after a year or two. Last summer I tried to kick it loose, buy no go. I went and got a shovel, and dug it out. It was the jack on the left. Just a corner of the base was sticking out of the ground, in the middle of my backyard. Could you tell me what it was used on too.
Then I have the screw type jack, anyone know anything about it?
I am not going to sell them. I have been using the two smaller ones for years, and I am going to keep on using them. Just curious.
The first jack, on the left, is a TT style. There are a lot of very similar jacks. It may be an actual TT jack, or not. If it is, you should find 3389-X on it somewhere. The jacks are pretty common, but the 3391-X handle is rare. The second jack, on the right, is the T style used until about 1925. Again, there are a lot of very similar jacks. If it's an actual T jack it will have the Ford mark on the handle. I have no clue about the third one.
The bigger one on the left is a TT truck type jack. If you look on back side of where the handle goes it may be Ford script.