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Old 22-09-18
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Originally Posted by insect_eater View Post
Hi OJ - I've sourced a similar Landcruiser jack, but handles are rare. I was thinking of buying 2M of 6mm mild steel bar and bending a handle up. Is mid steel up to this type of use?
My handle us made from 8mm bright steel rod and the crank section of the handle is a our 350mm long, this is only just gives enough leverage so I reakon 400mm would be better. Whilst the overall length for the Challenger is ok, it is a bit short for the Pajero as they have a greater rear overhang. You need to decide where you are going to snore it then make it as long as possible.

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