These pages illustrate the tools that I have collected over the past twenty or some years. Yes, I know that some of the tools are not original. However, they are representative of tools of the era.
This is a jack for the WW2 jeep. It works by inserting the lug wrench into a slot and then ratchet action either lifts or lowers.
An example of the socket used to remove the axle nuts. Many don’t use this tool but use a hammer and screwdriver.
This pulls the cap off the hub allowing access to the cotter pin and castellated nut.
The later model grease gun is attached to the hood on the inside
The lubrication chart is a map to every point that needs lub. The trailer is on the back.
The hammer is a useful tool. I have used it to loosen sticky valves, just don’t bang too hard!Tools
This air gauge is similar to the original gauge that came with the jeep.
Tool bag from Beachwood Canvas for most all of your jeep’s tools.
Bag and tire chains to fit the 6.00 x 16 inch tire. Rust stains are from setting in the jeep’s tool box.