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Old 25-03-20, 04:17
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Friends, Could someone give me the dimensions of the Bar Jack Cross tube P/ N CTL 7477 please ? Is it a ring or some kind of solder around it to prevent it being pushed in too far ? Thanks . Robert
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Old 25-03-20, 04:27
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Robert,
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Old 25-03-20, 04:48
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Found the answer , many thanks Doug !
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Two styles, three of you include the T16... one has a single diameter, the other is stepped. The single diameter version is economical to reproduce, mind to keep the ring weld on one side only.

On the single diameter, a stop ring is welded in position. An example is sitting in the tool bin of the MK-II* carrier in the entrance hall of the Overloon Museum, Netherlands.
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Default Tl 7477, ctl 7477b

machined British TL 7747 version
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These pics maybe of help.
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Old 26-03-20, 03:38
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Amazing response guys . I have another question : In what circumstances would you need to jack one whole side of the Carrier using this bar jack ? Changing a wheel , a whole bogie assembly , track ?
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Any of those I would think. Ron
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Old 31-03-20, 23:32
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I have my own now . Thanks guys . It works great also . R
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Looks very nice. !! Did you have this made or is it original?
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Hallo and thanks my friend . Had it made by a friend . A 4 hour job on the lathe ( edited ) machine . Would not mind trading / paying for an original eventually . Cheers . R
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A milling machine you say? Little wonder it took 4 hours. Most guys would use a lathe.
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A milling machine you say? Little wonder it took 4 hours. Most guys would use a lathe.
I was more alarmed at four hours ...
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looks great....but 4 hrs... im one of the slowest tool operators out there and that is a 20-30min job for me.

But at the end of the day it works and looks the part.
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It is made of one solid piece of steel and no welded ring but a milled ring and a flat on the bottom . I insisted on a flat surface so it would not slip off the jack . I like it .
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