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Set of 6 American made body sockets with the installation tool.
This tool is needed to install the A-37105 and A-37104-F/FD fasteners. U.S.A.
One attaches where the crew holds the windshield frame to the stanchion and the other attaches where the windshield hinge is screwed to the windshield frame. These hold the side curtains in place...
1926-27 used these to attach the side curtains to the windshield stanchions. You only need 2 doubles per car, 22 singles for a Roadster, 26 singles for a Touring. Nickle. U.S.A.
1909-12 T's used these natural finish straps to hold the top in place when it was folded down. Comes with correct copper rivets and washers for installing on your top saddles. Instructions included....
The saddle for the top irons to set on when folded down. This style was only used on the early T's.
Commonly used on Model T tops and side curtains. U.S.A.
Punches hole and 4 slits in material for installing the T-7980-F and T-7980-FB female common sense fasteners. U.S.A.
Punches round hole and 4 slits in the perfect location for mounting the A-37103-F in the material. U.S.A.
Inner and outer rings are painted black with a piece of black leather placed between them. These get installed in the rear curtains of the early "T" tops when a buggy rail was used. They are...
These fasten the top to windshield straps to the front bow of the top irons. Nickel or Brass. Used in various places such as top straps or door checks. Mounting holes are 2-1/4" on center. U.S.A.
A set of 8 12/24 oval headed screws that hold the A-162592-L used to attach the footman loops. Chrome.
Fits 1913-14 Touring. Long bracket that attaches to body for front top iron to mount to by front seat. Kit form, you will have to bend ear on the bottom, cut to length and weld to top section....
Used on Touring and Roadsters. This is what T-3850-A and T-3850-C attach to at the front of the body. This is the upper portion only and must be welded to the lower steel upright. T-3850-RA is...
This is the end cap that covers up the end of the Hide'm welt ends Very nice repo made exact as original. U.S.A.
Commonly used on Model T tops and side curtains. The single is used to attach only one of the female fasteners and the double is for two layers of the female fasteners. U.S.A.
1926-27 used these fasteners in the side curtains where they attach to the body. 6 for Roadster, 12 for Touring. You will need the A-37015-T to install these.