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Perfectly round plain glass was used on the 1915-16 T's. Not all were the same diameter, so measure your opening to see if this is correct for your rims. This lens measures 7-7/8" diameter. U.S.A.
This brass elbow attaches to the lamp burner stand and attaches to the gas hose. U.S.A.
Lens for the Model T headlight. Fluted with Ford script.
The screws that adjust the focusing of the headlamp. Originally, these had a tiny hole drilled in the end for a cotter pin to prevent screws from being backed out too far. These screws are not...
A duplicate of the original tubing. Has cloth pattern in the red rubber. Sold by the foot. (non-returnable). U.S.A.
Exact copy of the E and J running board generator mounting bracket. Plain steel and it comes with the brass thumb nuts. U.S.A.
This is the filler cap for the carbide generators. Comes with a new threaded insert for the water tank. U.S.A.
Mounting set, special conical washer, bolt and nut set that mounts headlight onto headlight bar. U.S.A.
Install between the head lamp mounting or head lamp bar and the fender. Sold as a pair.
The standard style has the porcelain piece installed on a straight machined piece of brass. Threads onto the burner base in the same manner. Burns 3/4 cubic foor of gas per hour. U.S.A.
Solid all brass construction painted flat black with 2 brass screws. The gas burners thread onto these. U.S.A.
The thumb nut that holds the gas headlamp door closed. This is the E & J style with 1/4-20 thread. U.S.A.
The thumb nut that holds the gas headlamp door closed. This has 12/24 thread and is used on the Universal, Brown, and Victor. U.S.A.
These are supplied in a brass unfinished form. They come with rivets, priced each. U.S.A.
These are the reflectors for the early T brass headlamps. 6" diameter. Nickel plated brass. U.S.A.
This double contact elbow style headlamp plug was used in 1915 but has been found on cars as late as 1917. Made of black rubber. U.S.A.
Very good quality and it's an exact copy of the original. Single contact was used on magneto style lamps. T's with a generator system used the double contact.