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I would use a clevis pin like the image, with a bit of hex shaft welded into it for the chuck to grip. Remove the safety clip and withdraw the clevis pin to allow the jack eye-hole to pass into the jaw, then push the pin through and secure with the safety clip. A spacer to reduce the play between the clevis pin diameter and the jack eye-hole diameter will ...


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There is a great hack on YouTube Video Describing the use of an adapter for a ratchet driver or getting a jack with a bolt head that will accept a socket. OR , You could buy a new or used scissor jack handle and modify it. You could find a used one at auto junk yard or a thrift store for a couple of dollars. Cut the hook end off with a hack saw, i would ...


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I actually did this with my scissor jack. I had two of them so I took the hook handle from one of them and cut it off about 5 inches from the hook. Then, using a grinder, I flattened out three equally spaced surfaces on the shaft so the drill chuck would hold fast. You should definitely use a drill with a side handle on it, the torque grab will really twist ...


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This is a trick that I also use for driving eye-bolts into wood, and that is to use a screw hook or cut eye bolt chucked up in the drill and then hook it through the loop that you want to screw in or turn. If you have access to a angle grinder or other way to cut a bolt, I suggest using a heavy duty eye bolt and cutting out a part of the loop to make a slot ...


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