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Attaches to the clutch pedal and the clutch release shaft arm. This is the little guy that adjusts the clutch. 3/8-24 thread. U.S.A.
When putting a new clutch disc in your car, this handy little tool aligns the disc with the pilot bearing and makes the job a lot quicker! U.S.A.
Kit includes: A-7506-B, A-7508, A-7512, A-7509-A, and A-7509-B.
Special clevis pin used on the 28-9's for the stop light switch linkage to hook onto. U.S.A.
Not for early 3/4" shafts. U.S.A.
Two round headed machine screws and lock washers to hold the inspection plate on top of the bell housing. U.S.A.
Replaces the stock adjusting arm and trunnion. To adjust the clutch, simply backoff the jam nut and turn the hex in the middle of the stud. Half of the stud is left hand thread, the other is...
This handy tool wraps around the clutch pedal so that you can operate the pedal from under the car when adjusting the clutch linkage. U.S.A.
The spring center type disc. Better than the type Henry used when new.
Metal plate with slotted mounting holes. This attaches to the clutch housing.
The return spring for the throw out bearing. Also, returns the clutch pedal. U.S.A.
The fork inside the clutch area that pushes against the throw out bearing when the clutch pedal is depressed.
The keyed clutch shaft was used until June of 1929. 3/16" flat headed tubular rivet with the key. U.S.A.
11" long for the later style transmission. Will not work on the early 28 multiple disc style clutch. .875" diameter. U.S.A.
A replacement style arm for the end of the rod that activates the throw out bearing fork. Originally this was a casting, and quite often the originals get cracked. U.S.A.
Two of these pins are needed. One for the clutch fork, and the other for the arm on the end of the shaft. U.S.A.
A 3/16" diameter pin with the key. This was used from the beginning of production until June of 1929.
Holds the collar onto the pedal shaft. U.S.A.
This little plate goes between the flywheel bolts and the flywheel to prevent the flywheel dowels from coming out. U.S.A.
This bearing goes in the pulley end of the generator and was used late in 28 until the end of production. Also used as a pilot bearing that is pressed into the flywheel for the transmission shaft...