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Old 03-01-2011, 10:00 AM   #1
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To me it's like gold.

I picked up a complete Blackhawk Repair Parts Manual from 1961. It contains exploded diagrams, parts lists, and photos for the entire line of bottle jacks, trans jacks, end lifts, service jacks, and the Porto-Power stuff. Heck, it even has the fluorescent ship light that I picked up last month. With an S-4 that needs a rebuild and is missing parts, this is invaluable to me. Even if I didn't have that jack, as a collector of the brand, this is one of the best things I will ever find. I am going to try to scan the entire document, properly, so I can share sections that people rebuilding these pieces of equipment need. That is going to take some time, though.

In the meanwhile, I'm so excited I had to take some pics to show people what I am talking about.

There were a few loose pieces of paper inside the manual, two of which are for jacks from a company I have never heard of. I have a few pics below.

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[img width=399 height=600]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v708/2ManyCars/Tools/IMG_1885.jpg[/img]





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Not gold....more like platinum.

I don't know where you find this stuff, but I'm glad you did.

Vintage Blackhawk jack info.....priceless for nut jobs like me!

With your new found treasure trove, were also now a little closer to putting a positive I.D. on this cool little jack:

http://garagejournal.com/forum/showt...ght=floor+jack


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Great score Bull.
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Just wait till Hiball See's that!!!!!!!
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Very cool. I have the old Blackhawk floor jack which my dad bought brand new at about that time...maybe a year or two earlier. Can't wait to get home and check that model number, so I can ask you if you have info on that one. It is still working nicely, but it would be cool to have a photocopy of the info on file, for whenever I may need it.

Nice find!
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Guys, I love helping people out. I am going to get this stuff scanned, made into PDFs, etc. If you need a diagram or a part number, and it's in this book, I am going to take care of you.

It's how I roll.

Glad you are as excited by this find as I am.
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If you are someone who buys, restores or fixes Blackhawk jacks your acquisition seems priceless.
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Bull,

Nice Find. It would be greatly appreciated if you would take the time to share the information with all us other guys out here with old blackhawk jacks. I would definately save a pdf version for my S-4 if you are able to get it scanned.
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There is no doubt that I will be scanning this and sharing it. I need to see how much scanners that are large enough to do the exploded drawings cost.

I am going to add some pics below of a catalog I just received today. It is thin, but in excellent condition and shows many (not all, I don't believe) of the Blackhawk offerings for 1956 or so.

The question of how much an S-4 jack weighs has come up here before, and people have given estimates. According to the company, it weighs 190lbs.











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Very cool. I have the old Blackhawk floor jack which my dad bought brand new at about that time...maybe a year or two earlier. Can't wait to get home and check that model number, so I can ask you if you have info on that one. It is still working nicely, but it would be cool to have a photocopy of the info on file, for whenever I may need it.

Nice find!
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Show us some pics of your jack please!!!!
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[QUOTE=Bull;1379966]There is no doubt that I will be scanning this and sharing it. I need to see how much scanners that are large enough to do the exploded drawings cost.

I am going to add some pics below of a catalog I just received today. It is thin, but in excellent condition and shows many (not all, I don't believe) of the Blackhawk offerings for 1956 or so.

The question of how much an S-4 jack weighs has come up here before, and people have given estimates. According to the company, it weighs 190lbs.




Wow!!....never thought I could get overloaded with too much Blackhawk info for one day...

I knew the S-4 was heavy, and as I've said before it's definitely every bit of 150 lbs but I never would have guessed 190lbs!!

Bull, can you tell me if the S-23 in the pic has a smooth lifting arm (without a casted Blackhawk script) and a square saddle?

It would be nice to be able to give this new GJ member a positive I.D. for his jack. Thanks.

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talk about timing, i recently acquired my dad old blackhawk transmission jack that im trying to resurect. its been sitting outside for 20+ years. i just starting inspecting it. so far everything is not frozen. but i am missing the pump handle and the valve part i think, where the pump handle screws into. is there anyway you get me a diagram with parts #s get this thing alive again.

part # is blackhawk 67552 1000 lbs transmission jack.

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We have a scanner at work which will easily scan 11 X 17 fold-out pages. I could scan that catalog for you, if you're willing to send it to me on loan. I'll return you a printed copy and a data disc copy...if you want.
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talk about timing, i recently acquired my dad old blackhawk transmission jack that im trying to resurect. its been sitting outside for 20+ years. i just starting inspecting it. so far everything is not frozen. but i am missing the pump handle and the valve part i think, where the pump handle screws into. is there anyway you get me a diagram with parts #s get this thing alive again.

part # is blackhawk 67552 1000 lbs transmission jack.

thanks in advance.
Can you provide some pics of this jack? There are several trans jacks in this manual, but their model numbers are T-1, T-4, T-11. I do not see the 67552, but maybe that isn't the model number.

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We have a scanner at work which will easily scan 11 X 17 fold-out pages. I could scan that catalog for you, if you're willing to send it to me on loan. I'll return you a printed copy and a data disc copy...if you want.
Really? What's your hourly rate, Lump my good man?

Let me make sure this is no larger than 11x17 in any dimension when the inserts are opened up.
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We have a scanner at work which will easily scan 11 X 17 fold-out pages. I could scan that catalog for you, if you're willing to send it to me on loan. I'll return you a printed copy and a data disc copy...if you want.

Really? What's your hourly rate, Lump my good man?

Let me make sure this is no larger than 11x17 in any dimension when the inserts are opened up.
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If you want to consider a project like that, we could correspond a bit, to exchange details and a better explanation.

Let me know.
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Can you provide some pics of this jack? There are several trans jacks in this manual, but their model numbers are T-1, T-4, T-11. I do not see the 67552, but maybe that isn't the model number.
here are the pics. from looking at the sticker it is a t-1 you can see it right in middle of the sticker. also in fullsize pick which is not a pic of my jack. you can see the pump handle and lever valve thing it connects to that im missing.


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Ok, progress.

Can you post a pic of the area of your jack from which parts are missing? Or draw an arrow/arrows to these parts in the pic above?
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Actually, let's see if these pics help. Your jack is probably newer than my manual; not sure if the parts changed much, but let's see.





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Show us some pics of your jack please!!!!

Okay.
Here is my Dad's Blackhawk floor jack, model number SJ-2. Dad probably bought it sometime in the very late 50's, or early 1960's. It became mine when he was killed. It has been used on Hupmobiles, a 1921 Grant Six, Model A Fords, various street rods, 41 Chevy, a 427-powered Nova, MANY big block Camaros, Impalas, Chevelles....well...you get the picture. My family and this old jack have been through a LOT together.


Name plate on top:


Hydraulic cylinder, underneath view:


Can anyone tell me what year it was built? Serial number plate:


I'll probably make a separate post about this old floor jack one day soon. It is kind of like a member of the family now.
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Lump,

You have a great looking SJ-2 there and I'm sure that you must have a lot of good memories associated with it. It's always nice to see one of these old jacks in original condition, especially when its been used and not abused.

I don't know the manufacture date or the exact time line for your jack, but I've always thought that this style of Blackhawk jack was available starting in the early sixties and continued through the early eighties. It would certainly be nice if there was a way we could know the manufacture date of old Blackhawk jacks by serial number. I'm sure that somebody has a list of all these stashed away in some forgotten hole.

Thanks for sharing...
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When did "Applied Power" become associated with Blackhawk? That would help us to determine a "no later than" date, right?
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My guess is between 1960 and 1961.
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This is a facinating thread and the book is a wonderful find! I'd like to know what instructions, if any, there might be in the book regarding the tequinques and recommendations for rebulding the Blackhawk S-4.

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Hi Steve,

As I recall, there are no written directions regading the process for repairing or rebuilding any of the jacks. You just have exploded diagrams and parts lists. I will double-check this evening for you.
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Bull,
Thanks for checking. Also several kind people are giving me some general guidelines on the the process. I did a search on patents held by Blackhawk Mfg (see http://www.freepatentsonline.com/res...ch=top&search=) and I've found a lot of their patents that are informative. One of these patents that I've found to be especially informative is this one http://www.freepatentsonline.com/2625796.html. It tells how their multi-speed hydraulic mechanism operates. This jack has a two chamber hydraulic piston (an outer and an inner). During the initial lifting the outer chamber (which has the most volume) does most of the elevation of the jack saddle. Then when the jack saddle engages the load, a pressure relief valve opens, draining the pumped volume of fluid from the outer chamber back to the reservoir. Then, the inner load chamber of the piston (with the smaller volume) does the actual work of lifting the load.

I'm a retired engineer (aircraft electronics) and a former diesel truck mechanic and I always like to know how things are supposed to work when I am trying to repair or restore them. That way, I feel like I can optimize the operation and the repair will be long lasting.

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Here are some pics of my wife's grandfather's blackhawk model S23 floorjack.
Rebuild is in progress and all is well so far.
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Here are some pics of my wife's grandfather's blackhawk model S23 floorjack.
Rebuild is in progress and all is well so far.
Welcome aboard!

Will you be starting a thread to document the jack's resto?
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Could you scan the SJ18 page in your book and e-mail it or post it here.
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Great Score! I should be ready to make the replacement control valve parts we need in a month or two. I have some other projects that need to get finished up first.
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Does anyone have a rebuild guide for an SJ-2? I have the diagram, just nothing procedural. Thanks!
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I happened to buy a Sears floor jack (727.12101?) this morning that ends up being that same model of Blackhawk jack (SJ-2) - but re-badged. I got it for $10 - as it leaks and won't hold any pressure. I'm interested in tearing it down to find what's the cause - so further instructions would be helpful. Here are a few pictures:

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I happened to buy a Sears floor jack (727.12101?) this morning that ends up being that same model of Blackhawk jack (SJ-2) - but re-badged. I got it for $10 - as it leaks and won't hold any pressure. I'm interested in tearing it down to find what's the cause - so further instructions would be helpful. Here are a few pictures:

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Hi Everyone, I inherited a SJ-18 from Old Jacks for some work on his house. I need to fix the rod in the picture. It needs to be cut down a 1/4" or so? it is out of another jack. It is the same part , just to long.

@ Bull I am going to ask you to make a copy of the SJ18 page please. I will post that thing up tomorrow.
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I happened to buy a Sears floor jack (727.12101?) this morning that ends up being that same model of Blackhawk jack (SJ-2) - but re-badged. I got it for $10 - as it leaks and won't hold any pressure. I'm interested in tearing it down to find what's the cause - so further instructions would be helpful.

You might find some helpful info here:

http://garagejournal.com/forum/showt...craftsman+jack
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Hi Everyone, I inherited a SJ-18 from Old Jacks for some work on his house. I need to fix the rod in the picture. It needs to be cut down a 1/4" or so? it is out of another jack. It is the same part , just to long.

@ Bull I am going to ask you to make a copy of the SJ18 page please. I will post that thing up tomorrow.
The release valve control rod in the picture looks to have a universal joint. This jack utilizes a set of crown gears. If the original control rod is broken, can't you just remove it and measure what you need?
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Well, I don't find all of these little bits on the parts diagram/list. Maybe they're extra? Looks like I'll need a replacement part or two.



Is this slight corrosion on the piston a concern?

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We have a NOS hyd unit and parts kits for those sj-2's at work. Voris hyd Springfield Mo417-830-6567
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interesting this Blackhack thread came up. what would be a fair price for a well used but complete s4 4 ton Blackhawk that will pump up but leaks? looks well used but complete, if its not sold already they were asking $90 i think for it as is. Also any guess on what it would cost to rebuild it?
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There is no old one
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Well, I don't find all of these little bits on the parts diagram/list. Maybe they're extra? Looks like I'll need a replacement part or two.



Is this slight corrosion on the piston a concern?

1st Picture... Typical Poly Piston Cup that disintegrated. My SJ1/2 Kits have a Leather Cup versus the Poly, That is what Blackhawk used in there Jacks and only the Sears branded Version came with the Poly version.

2nd Picture.. Will that Corrosion cause problems? Yes and No... Your jack utilizes a Piston Seal and in a Perfect world the seapage (mainly at startup) will be minimal with a New Piston Seal. Any sharp edges on the outside of Piston will gauge the Tank nut Seal upon cycling and "If" there is any blow by there is a chance that it Will leak a little.. IMHO I would say Clean it up and Dont worry about it, The costs associated with finding a NOS Ram or Having one made isnt Cheap.
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Looking for repair kit for an old blackhawk jack. The plate on it is slightly marred and can't tell exactly the model no. But looks like 3 or S or 8 then 4.
The serial no. is 192117. It is a 4 ton jack.
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Looking for repair kit for an old blackhawk jack. The plate on it is slightly marred and can't tell exactly the model no. But looks like 3 or S or 8 then 4.
The serial no. is 192117. It is a 4 ton jack.
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Bull baby!!!! i so need the exploded diagram of the jack you put me on to!!!!
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I will try and get a picture of it and post it if I can figure out how. I am new to this. We aquired it, along with all kinds of old tools when we bought out an old garage way back in the 70's. This old jack has been a real good one all these years, and is starting to leak out fluid. So would like to repair it if possible
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Well, I used the rebuild kit from Hiball (and his advice - thanks Steven!) and some trips to the hardware store to pick up some spray primer, to Napa for some 518 sealant, and to the parts store to pick up some hydraulic jack fluid I finally got the Blackhawk "Sears" SJ2 back together. I decided to paint the chassis red, black accents on the front and rear wheels and saddle and keep the handle the original white. I painted the parts prior to re-assembly and touched up the few areas that got scratched up during assembly. I left the bolts/nuts/washers, axles and other pins and shafts unfinished.



I covered the Caution/Safety sticker prior to painting to keep it orginal, and I did not paint the cover plate that has the Sears 1 1/2 Ton Service Jack label - as I wanted to retain the vintage aspect of the jack.


And for those in the metro GA area, no I didn't paint it because I went to that school whose name shall not be mentioned - I'm a Wramblin' Wreck. I painted it red and black to match my 911.
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Nice job... It's a good feeling when you bring something back to life.
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Boy... I could have used that page on the SJ-18. I had a hell of a time getting the trigger sorted out. I tore the handle off cleaned , lubed and put it back together today, then tested it after CRTDI sent me a message with some advise for old jalcks. The jack looked pretty, but the gears that spin the?? where packed with dirt and hardly moved. There is some monkey business with one of the rear wheels. I will have a look some other time.

I am digging this three position handle
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Boy... I could have used that page on the SJ-18. I had a hell of a time getting the trigger sorted out. I tore the handle off cleaned , lubed and put it back together today, then tested it after CRTDI sent me a message with some advise for old jalcks. The jack looked pretty, but the gears that spin the?? where packed with dirt and hardly moved. There is some monkey business with one of the rear wheels. I will have a look some other time.

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Sorry Johnny. My surfing time on here is down about 90% from what it was before school started. I didn't even see the recent posts in this thread until this morning.

It's been a bad period for me to play with tools since school started in September. I can't get anything done at all.
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Hello,
I saw that you have Blackhawk Manuals and wanted to ask what you would charge for copies of them? I have the two floor jacks that are in the first two pictures listed and I have an 8 ton tall jack, I believe it is a CB905-2. I see that you have Bottle Jack Info., I cannot find any breakdowns for anything. Please let me know and I will be glad to pay for the information.
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Bull, did you ever get the scan done? I'd be really interested in seeing them. I've got an S4 I'd like to know more about without tearing into it.
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I didn't get the scans done, and subsequent to this thread disposed of the scanner that I had. I want to get a better quality scanner that can handle larger pages, too. So, if people can wait, I can (eventually) move forward with this. In the interim, I can take pictures of pages from the manual if that will help folks at all.
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...So, if people can wait, I can (eventually) move forward with this. ...
I can wait. There's no rush for me. My jack works well. I'm just curious... I love seeing that type of stuff, ya know?
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I didn't get the scans done, and subsequent to this thread disposed of the scanner that I had. I want to get a better quality scanner that can handle larger pages, too. So, if people can wait, I can (eventually) move forward with this. In the interim, I can take pictures of pages from the manual if that will help folks at all.


Did the other offer from Lump not pan out?

I've got access to a 12" x 18" scanner and could get it taken care of real quick.



Now that I've got a SJ18 to restore, I could definitely use some good pics of the SJ18 info...but rather than you having to take pics of everything one by one, I figured I'd offer to do it...


What's the largest page size? If its bigger than 12" x 18", I could probably still do it, and just put the image back together in pieces in photoshop...
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Hello i have just purchased a very nice blackhawk s 7 does anyone have a rebuild kit and what is a fair value in fair condition.
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Bull - is there any info on a SJ-25 bumper jack in this catalog? I picked one up recently and need to see how the release mechanism at the bottom is configured. There's a piece missing that I'll probably have to fabricate.

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Thanks, Bull - much appreciated! I wouldn't mind having the parts list also, if it's not too much trouble. You could email it to me if you prefer.
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In no particular order, here are some pics that should show everything. If something is missing, too blurry etc., let me know.





















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Now today i've scored a nice Blackhawk S23, works perfect, rebuilt a few years ago, the only thing missing is the retaining spring (as far is see from yours, there is supposed to be one there...)

I will use it for know as it is and will restore it during the winter.....

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For future SJ18 inquiries....

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I am knew to this forum. I was a Sears parts manager for 16 years 27 years ago. I have 2 Sears jacks both Models are 727.12101 units. I know both were made by Blackhawk for Sears and appear to be the same as the Blackhawk SJ-2 models. Both of mine leak and I would like to repair them but do not know how to obtain rebuild kits since theyare no longer available through Sears. When I bought my second one I also purchased a new ram unit, which a non-returnable unit, for a $5.00 throw away fee. It worked great for 20 plus years but is now leaking. After reading through journal I believe one of you may be able to assist me. Thanks in advance
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I am knew to this forum. I was a Sears parts manager for 16 years 27 years ago. I have 2 Sears jacks both Models are 727.12101 units. I know both were made by Blackhawk for Sears and appear to be the same as the Blackhawk SJ-2 models. Both of mine leak and I would like to repair them but do not know how to obtain rebuild kits since theyare no longer available through Sears. When I bought my second one I also purchased a new ram unit, which a non-returnable unit, for a $5.00 throw away fee. It worked great for 20 plus years but is now leaking. After reading through journal I believe one of you may be able to assist me. Thanks in advance
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Thanks. I also purchased a jack from a re-builder in Wisconsin and it is supposed to be a Walker unit but it has so much paint on it I'm not sure what it is,,,it doesn't and hasn't worked very well since the purchase but was non-returnable. I won't be doing business with them again.
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How's that scan coming, Bull? I now have 3 Blackhawk hydraulic units I'd like breakdowns of ...
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Link to drawing 727.12101
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I would like a parts breakdown on a Blackhawk P76 portapower. I am brand new to this type of forum. Thank you for the information.

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Brand new to the site! I have a Blackhawk S-4 floor jack and got the print and seal info from hcrcnow.com. I looking for a repair manual on how to rebuild it. My handle is different that the drawings so I was wondering what model I actually have. Thanks guys any help you can give!
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bull thanks for the quick response on my blackhawk p76 it was just what i needed i also need the scan for the hose and the ram but there is no number on it .thanks gene
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Hmm... Rule number #1 Do not ever buy a kit till you have verified internal condition along with component condition for a jack that with hard parts that are very hard to come by. Secondly That appears to be a very short s-4 Lol.. I don't recall what the model number is, but I believe I have a one in the back of the shop, I'll check for a number next time I'm out there if CRTDI doesn't chime in first.
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I could see where some one might mistake that for a shorty S-4. I believe it's a 2 Ton rated model S-13 though. Looks like a makeshift handle due to the hand crossbar missing...

Rebuild kits are getting pricey:

http://www.blackhawkparts.com/page2.html


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Thanks guys! Yeah, they want $121 for the seal kit, and that's why I haven't bought any yet. I wanted to make sure I had the right one since the drawing for the handle is different. The rest of the drawing looks the same as what I have. And find the right service manual so I can rebuild it.
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first post. I see s-18 on the Blackhawk data plate but on the frame it is stamped s 13.05
I will send photo's if anyone wants. this was the fav jack in my dads DX station in Sedalia, Missouri. I live in Mobile, AL now and heading north to Birmingham, AL if anyone wants to give her a home. I would love to restore it, but is it best to leave it alone another 60 years? I hate to even clean it. any advise? I'll have to send pics, until I learn how to post on this forum.
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I could see where some one might mistake that for a shorty S-4. I believe it's a 2 Ton rated model S-13 though. Looks like a makeshift handle due to the hand crossbar missing...

Rebuild kits are getting pricey:

http://www.blackhawkparts.com/page2.html


Still a cool looking jack....
yes I know your correct, mine has two different numbers s18 on plate and s13 on the body . I works great after all the year after DX station then a wood shop.
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The body looks exactly like my S4 but the pump is different.

I don't see the wires for the light. The free HF LED flashlight and some 16 or 22 guage wires will put it back in service.
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