I just looked at my 60 series jack handle, it's a stamped piece with a hollow tube for a handle. Painted yellow would look a lot more like the yellow cast ones used in the 40 series. My guess if you got one from a dealer would be just like the you just purchased. Used might be easier to find than the cast one.The crank handle is hollow
Thanks for posting the images with part numbers. These are still available from Toyota. For example click here to see #09115-35040 Did these fit into your rod brackets for your 1978 FJ40? I have OEM 1976 brackets and wondering if these brackets are same As your 78.I took Jack’s advice and ordered the complete jack handle from my local dealership. This is what I received when we ordered it for a 78’ FJ40. I’m pretty sure the crank is for a newer vehicle but I don’t know about the other two pieces. They will at least work even if they are not period correct. Maybe Bill @wscbill can shed some light the subject?
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The jack handle did fit my brackets without modifications of my 78’ 45.
Thanks. So the ‘Jack Rods’and extension fit into the brackets on you 45. After additional research, it looks like the diameter of all various Jack Rods are within range to clip into brackets. The ‘Jack Handle’ goes into the tool bag.The jack handle did fit my brackets without modifications of my 78’ 45.