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  1. #31
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    We handle Norco, a competitor. These are their service centers. A phone call will maybe tell you how to fix the problem. Sometimes they have specific bleeding procedures that have to be followed.

    City Zip Code Name Address Phone

    Jackson 39202 Automotive Equip. Service 1046 Greymont Ave. 601-969-6610

    Jackson 39201 Dixie Automotive Shop Rep. 1638 S. Gelatin St. 601-359-0993

    Jackson 39209 M & W Hydraulic Service 4626 Van Winkle Park Dr 601-922-4418

    Jackson 39208 U.S.A. Tool Company 211 A Hwy 80 East 601-939-8665

    Meridian 39302 Trucker's Supply Hwy 19 South 601-693-2316

    Richland 39218 Jackson Air & Hydraulic 749 Hwy 49 South 601-939-3471

    Tupelo 38802 Tramsport Trailer Service 502 Crossonver Rd. 662-844-4606

    Walls 38680 Stinson's Ind. Maintenance 5320 Poplar Corner Rd. 662-781-8399

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strip Poker 388 View Post
    I got the boat trailer jacked up on stands and I cant get it down,

    Its a Walker/Linclon jack made for napa # 91-652 height 3 3/4 to 24...2 ton

    With the jack down ya start pumping it ,it pumps a little but it leaks right back down,

    The vent looking cap on the top I took off it looked low of oil and added some to it,I think it was low,now it want even mover up any,I guess thats were ya put oil in it??

    I tried with handle valve closed pulling up on jack to the top ,open valve then let down,this doesn't seem to bleed it..

    It also would leak down real slow when jacking up a viechle.

    Is there any of you thats knowledgeable on these jacks etc

    Thanks for any help in this matter,Im stuck

    dude if you are having this much trouble with the jack........boating could be a problem......m.m....

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panther View Post
    I got your solution strip!!!!

    1 case of Bud Light and invite Haney over to watch...... Hook the trailer up to the Silverado and drop it into 4 wheel low... Pull the focker right off the stands and back onto the wheels!

    Frank youll get a kick out of my Honda thread on Speedwake

    Boost makes up for Cubic Inchs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panther View Post
    As long as you use the weight distributing hitch on the Honda it'll be fine!!!!
    pulling aint a problem............its all about stopping............m.m....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strip Poker 388 View Post
    Also found out all the jacks,Lincoln ,walker ect were bought out by a jap co, that there all imports now ,that the company that bought them is not making parts or service the old stuff.

    I was going to post that the company that bought Lincoln is is Shun Fu and it is tough to get parts for some of the older stuff.If you really want to fix it let me know I might be able to help

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchool View Post
    BEER, it's what's for dinner!!!!

    Mmmmm Beeeeer. Pork chop in every can

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    Did you made this thread up during you wett jack up dreams??

    Just for the helluvit??? I can't believe all this typing for a jack issues.
    Go buy one, rent one., From an auto store, (I think some have free tool rentals and solve yours and all the rest threaders jack up problems.
    My screen is running out of ink here.

    On a more serious note.
    What do you think abut the Hustlers? I'm considering one.

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    Well, what happened? Did ya invite Haney over to get'er done? Do tell Rob, do tell. And video please?!

    (I do think my bro had a pretty darn good idea.)

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    Geronimo36 Gold Member Panther's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by el indio View Post
    pulling aint a problem............its all about stopping............m.m....
    Nothing a pair of slotted rotors can't solve!!! Add a pair of spinner rims to complete the package!

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