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Adapter to cover the reed and go into horn bulb. One is also used to attach conduit to horn. Two are required.
This short adapter is soldered to the horn, and the T-6432-A2 which has the conduit attached to it screws onto it. The inside I.D. is 1/2" where it attaches to the horn.
Flexible brass tubing that runs from the horn bulb to the horn. Sold by the foot. U.S.A.
The large size was used on the double and triple twist horns. Brass screw for attaching is included. Polished. Very short supply.
These screws have a 6/32" thread which is slightly larger than the originals. To use, either tap your original ferrules to 6/32" or install the supplied ferrules in place of the originals. U.S.A.
A copy of the old Aermore exhaust whistle. This one is made with copper tubing. You will need the T-18751 and the T-18753 to mount it on a Model T. U.S.A.
This unit splices into your exhaust pipe to act as a valve for an exhaust whistle or an exhaust cut-out. T-18753 elbow is included with adapter. U.S.A.
You will need this elbow fitting to attach your exhaust whistle to the adapter. U.S.A.
This is the adapter only that threads into the cylinder head. NOTE: No whistles are currently being reproduced. U.S.A.
Duplicate of the earlier bracket. One ear mounts with a head bolt the other on the water inlet bolt. U.S.A.
An exact repro of the later type bracket. Will fit all years. Mounts on the two water inlet bolts. If you have a pump, you'll need to mount with spacers.
Black rubber horn bulb with the brass trim ring at the base. Both are made to slip over 5/8" tubing. U.S.A.
This style of horn button was used on the 1915-17 T's with the magneto style of horn. The button assembly that used this style of button was mounted to the top surface of the steering column...
An exact reproduction of the original Model T horn button.
Authentic black phenolic like used originally. 1919-25 version is pictured on the left. U.S.A.
This black phenolic button was used on the T's that had the light switch built into the horn button. U.S.A.
A reed you need! No need to plead!
Everything you see is what you need to install a horn. This will give you everything except the horn. We offer a 3' kit and a 5' kit. The only difference between the two kits is the length of...
Brass horn tubing elbow that was used on the 1915 Tís with the bulb style horn mounted under the hood.