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Old 07-21-2019, 02:22 PM   #1
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Spread anybody know what this is?

I've been cleaning up my toolboxes--trying to consolidate truck tool box with trailer tool box - - and found this. No idea what it is. No idea if it's Airstream or something else. Any ideas?

The flared end is a square, socket-type hole. Click image for larger version

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Old 07-21-2019, 02:26 PM   #2
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It's for the electric Jack. Emergency tool.
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Looks like the manual crank for an electric jack
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Your owner's manual may have something on this. Probably for emergency manual cranking of the tongue jack . . . one end can be used without removing the jack's motor head/case, and the other end should fit on the top of the jack's central shaft, after you remove the motor head.
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It's for the electric Jack. Emergency tool.


Thatís correct
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Old 07-22-2019, 07:53 AM   #7
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Thanks, everyone

That makes sense. Thanks everyone. (Is this the first time everyone on a string has agreed on something?
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I've been cleaning up my toolboxes--trying to consolidate truck tool box with trailer tool box - - and found this. No idea what it is. No idea if it's Airstream or something else. Any ideas?

The flared end is a square, socket-type hole. Attachment 347262
If you don't want it, I do. 😬 I favor the older crank over the new style intended for use with a drill... 😏
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Drill? What'sa drill?
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Manual crank!

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If you don't want it, I do. 😬 I favor the older crank over the new style intended for use with a drill... 😏

Thanks! I also have one and have never known what it was or use.

Good to know!
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New Style Crank... 😑

This is what comes with trailers now... 😏
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