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Early Model T's used this female threaded brass grease cup to lubricate the fan shaft. Threads onto the end of the fan shaft. U.S.A.
Install this unit in your fan hub where the bronze bushings used to be. Your fan shaft will be riding in sealed ball bearings that never need oiled. U.S.A.
Fan assembly grease plug used in the later aluminum fan hubs. U.S.A.
Sets in the T-3982 fan cup. U.S.A.
Goes between the fan and the fan hub. U.S.A.
These are close to original Ford fan belts. Heavy duty 5-ply material and it is even red in color. We are phasing out this style of belt, so sizes are limited. For durability, we recommend the...
Although not original, many restorers like the durability of leather belts. Belts are glued, stitched at the joint, and then stitched around the circumference. These will stretch so they are...
Unmachined aluminum, you machine for V or flat belt. U.S.A.
Tired of the flat belt slipping or sliding off the pulleys! Here's the answer. A set of three pulleys to convert your T to use a V-belt. The pulley for the water pump is made for a 1/2" shaft...