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This 1909 running board has nine ribs running lengthwise of the board except where mounting coils break the line. Authentic in every detail! Some early 1910 cars also use this design. U.S.A.
The 1910 boards had nine rows of ribs. The two outside ribs ran the full length of the board, and the inner rows are broken lines with the raised area about 4 inches long. U.S.A.
Authentic style running boards with all the correct detail. U.S.A.
Carriage bolts and nuts needed to mount the running boards to the brackets. U.S.A.
the hard wood blocks that form a cushion between running board and bracket. 1909-16 sets include 8 blocks as they are used where fenders mount to board also. U.S.A.
Rivets the running board brackets to the frame. One kit per car. RT-2004 Kit consists of: Twelve 1/4 D.X 7/8 Rivets. RT-2004-S Kit consists of: Twelve 5/16 D. X 3/4 Long Rivets. U.S.A. Note:...
Spring wires hold these cocoa mats to the running board. Acts as a step plate so people don't step on your nice painted running boards. Mat is 9" x 15". U.S.A.
Can only be used on the later T's with the stamped steel running board brackets. Brace runs from side to side under the car and uses the same bolt holes that hold the running boards to the braces....
These heavy rods run under the frame and support the running board brackets. Sold in pairs only. U.S.A.
A set of 8 screws and nuts to attach the step plates to the running boards. One set does two step plates. Available in brass or stainless. U.S.A.
Available in either brass or aluminum. Both come highly polished with all holes drilled. Square insert with Ford Script. Plate is 9" wide x 7" deep.
For the 1909-11 Torpedo. 21-1/2" long. U.S.A.