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Replaces the T-3905 pin that holds the crank ratchet to the crank. Makes removal of the crank ratchet a snap for changing the fan belt. U.S.A.
The early cranks had the crank handle held on with a pin. The 1909-10 T's used a plastic handle that matched the spark and gas rod knobs. The 1911 -14 T's used an aluminum handle. U.S.A.
Used only on the 1915-22 crank. U.S.A.
The flat type was the most popular in T days! Made of black leather. Works on all years 1909-27. U.S.A.
A exact copy of the original crank pin used to hold the ratchet onto the crank. U.S.A.
This rolled steel bushing is the one that is pressed into the front section of the motor pan. U.S.A.
Before you slip the crank through the crank guide, this spring slips over the shank, and there is a hole in the crank handle for the spring to lock into. Holds crank away from motor. U.S.A.