Who is Westward Jack Elam?
This 2-ton lifting capacity jack is perfect for vehicle lifting. The steel handle provides rigidity and control during manual pumping, while its casters make manoeuvring easy. Plus, there’s even an overpumping safeguard built-in.
Alexs multifaceted character fixes wagon wheels, officiates at hangings and pulls teeth – helping the town rid itself of bad guys such as Chuck Wagon and Smiling Slade Claggett.
Early Life and Education
Before becoming the star of several Western TV shows, Jack Elam was already well-known. He appeared in such classic shows as Gunsmoke, The Rifleman and Bonanza as well as in 1968 Sergio Leone Spaghetti Western Once Upon a Time in the West.
Jack was an accomplished horse breeder and trainer, as well as an AQHA show judge renowned for their extensive travels across the nation to judge various events.
Jack currently resides in Red Deer, Alberta with his wife. Their home is a modest Western-style dwelling constructed of cedar and white Austin stone; its walls display an eclectic collection of oil paintings and pen-and-ink sketches by well-known Western artists. Additionally, he owns and operates a fuel distribution company as well as serving as president of Parkland Properties Ltd.
Westward Jack has dedicated her career to working towards Native tribal sovereignty. As a member of both Shoshone and Bannock tribes, she has long advocated for their rights since childhood – she even helped organize movements like Occupation of Alcatraz! Westward jack is widely respected for her contribution towards Native rights advocacy.
Westward 1ZKX5 hydraulic service jack is specifically designed to lift parts for specific applications, featuring a steel handle for rigidity and control during manual pumping. Equipped with a bypass valve to prevent over-pumping damage as well as casters for manoeuvrability, this versatile piece of machinery is simple to operate and maintain – an ideal choice for automotive and commercial needs alike.