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These are the oil pan gaskets for the 1932-34 4-cyl engine.
Only used on the early pans that had the clean-out plate on the bottom that allowed you to drop the pump without removing the oil pan. Gasket included. U.S.A. Note: If you use this drain plug...
A low pressure gauge for Model A's. Measures 0-10 pounds. Unit comes with everything needed for installation. Fits any standard 2-1/16" gauge holder bracket (not included).
Flat steel plate that bolts to the bottom of the oil pump. U.S.A.
The 4 short fine threaded bolts and lock washers that hold the bottom plate onto the oil pump. U.S.A.
If you have an early 28 oil pan, these are the bolts & l/w needed to mount the clean-out to the pan. U.S.A.
The 1928 oil pans had a clean out on the oil pan directly under where the oil pump is. U.S.A.
This little gadget is actually a duplicate of an accessory that was manufactured by APCO back in the Model A days! Mounts under the head nut above the water inlet on the side of the block. This...
The authentic copper gaskets with an asbestos core just like Ford used. U.S.A.
Kit allows you to repair a stripped oil drain plug hole without removing the motor from the car. Special adapter threads into what is left of your old hole, cutting new threads as it goes in....
This is the housing that the A-6551 oil pump drive gear spins in. Mounts in valve chamber. U.S.A.
The sleeve that is pinned onto the oil pump drive gear to hold it into the drive gear housing. U.S.A.
Small pin that holds the oil pump drive gear sleeve onto the oil pump drive gear. U.S.A.
The long spring that holds the oil pump drive gear assembly in place in the valve chamber. U.S.A.
This is an electronic American made gauge kit. The gauge is a dual faced gauge that will register your oil pressure as well as the water temperature. Oil pressure measures 0-15 psi, the water...
An 18 piece set to mount the engine pan to the frame. U.S.A.
These pans go between the motor and the frame to keep things nice and clean in the motor department! Available in plain steel or gas resistant black powder coat paint. U.S.A.
A modern neoprene seal that replaces the old 2 piece style rope seal in the front of the motor. The bottom rests in the oil pan, and the top in the timing gear cover. No machining required. U.S.A.
For the oil pump screen cover.
A pair of the gaskets that go between the oil return pipe and the motor. Hard fiber as originally used. U.S.A.