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Default Unknown Jack

Can someone help identify this Jack for me. It is a low lift. and made of
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looks like a covered wagon jack
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Yes conestoga wagon jack. They usually have dates and sometimes the makers name on them. look close in the iron for script orembossed lettering.
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