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This tool is designed to chase the threads on the hub where the hub cap threads on. It will not cut new threads, it is only designed to chase existing threads.
Solid brass with block type Ford imprint for the wood wheel. Used on 1909-10's. U.S.A.
Solid brass with the Ford imprint in the script for the wood wheels. This is the 1912 style with the border around the script on the face. U.S.A.
Solid brass with Ford script. This cap was used in 1911 and early 1912. It did not have a border around the edge of the face. U.S.A.
Solid brass hub cap for the 1913-16 wood wheels. Has Ford script and Made in USA on face. Will also work on later wood wheels.
Available in either nickel or chrome. Nickel is what Henry put on 'em but chrome sure is easier on Ma's polishing rag! Ford script with Made in U.S.A. on face.
For the Canadian built T's, these caps have the Ford script and say Made In Canada on the face. Used on the 1915-27 cars with wood wheels. U.S.A.
Used on the rear axle of the 1-ton truck. Chrome plated. The cap is made over seas, but we stamp the imprint and plate them here in the states. Nice quality!
Used on the 26-27 wire wheel made by Ford. Ford used a nickel cap, but the chrome will not need to be polished as often. Brass is also available for Speedsters. U.S.A.
Presses into the front hub of the 1926-27 T's with wire wheels. keeps dust and dirt out of your bearings. U.S.A.