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Anyone have a picture of an original jack for a 50 f1

I got a jack with my truck , but it is a bottle jack. I don't know it that is right. Let me see what you have. Thanks.
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It is a bottle jack. Should have a home in the base for a mounting screw to go through it and attach to the floor. Look for a corresponding hole in the floor on the right side behind the seat.
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Well, I guess I was wrong about this one, but thinking about it, most of these trucks didn't come with a rear bumper so they couldn't have used a bumper jack. Mine has the hole in the center of the base and the base is not flat, sort of rounded up on a four sides, but I do know ford used a lot of different suppliers. Thanks for the enlightenment.
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D3TZ-17080-C (replaced 8C-17080-B & 8C-17080) .. Bottle Jack-1 1/2 ton mechanical / Obsolete

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