"La Gleize" jack-20T photos


Most of these Jack 20TS (short body) photos were taken on my second trip to the "La Gleize" museum on 7 November 2003.

These Jacks seem to have been used on Panther and Tiger II tanks. For more information and dimensions, take a look at Per's Jack page (The link is on the previous page)

 

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There is another jack in the museum. Unfortunately it is inside a diorama, so I don't have clear pictures of it. You can see it differs from the other one on several points:
- It has a "crown" top instead of a flat one.
- The axles plate is ribbed.
- There is a smaller diameter handle bar on the swing arm. It is possible, this one is not foldable.

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