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If you are running a 12-volt
system, you'll need this if you
keep the 6-volt coil. Allows you to use the same old coil on the 12-volt system. U.S.A.
For mounting the 1928-34 ignition coil. U.S.A.
Press into the distributor for the shaft to ride in. U.S.A.
The special screw and washer that hold the cam to the shaft. U.S.A.
Slips over top of cam
to hold lt firmly in place while screwing or unscrewing the cam screw. For a perfect timing setting! U.S.A.
Special rivets for holding the
distributor clamps to the distributor. U.S.A.
This is the replacement type coil. You must use the coil bracket with this coil. This is a 12 volt coil that can be used for 6 or 12 volts.When running a distributor on the old T, you will need...
This is the screw and lock washer set to mount the coil bracket to the firewall. U.S.A.
Authentic design that can be tightened with a screw driver. Need two. U.S.A.
The copper 10/32 screw and fiber washer used to attach the condenser to the tab of the lower plate. U.S.A.
Available with steel or brass inserts. The brass is not original but is more corrosion resistant. The body with the brass inserts is U.S. made, but the steel inserted body is an import. However...
A quality U.S. made spiral piloting reamer. Aligns both bushings while reaming. Not a cheap adjustable import reamer! U.S.A.
An excellent quality cam that has been
carefully machined so timing is right on
the money! U.S.A.
Special formulated grease just for distributor cams. Contains silicone, for longer point life. A well lubed cam gives better performance! U.S.A.
Sets on top of the distributor body and the coil wire plugs into it. U.S.A.
The spring clips that hold the
body onto the distributor housing.
Set includes rivets. U.S.A.
A brand new housing with index pins installed, new bushings installed and reamed, You do the rest.
Everything you need to rebuild your old distributor housing. The kit includes everything you see in the photo. U.S.A.
The spring loaded nickel plated
press in oiler for the distributer. You
always wondered what that hole was
in the side of the distributer. U.S.A.
Sets over the distributor and theads into the female threads in the upper shaft where the screw that held the cam in place went. Pulls the distributur straight up so you don't take a chance on...