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Part # A-2706-BO | Model Year 28-28
If you have an early 1928 with the emergency brake handle hole in the sub rail, this plate will block off the hole if you change to the later style braking system. U.S.A.
Part # A-2845-AR | Model Year 28-30
Holds the emergency brake cross shaft that mounted inside the frame rails. Powder coated black! U.S.A.
Part # A-2791 | Model Year 28-32
The button that you push with your thumb to release the emergency brake handle. Chrome finish. Comes with mounting pin. U.S.A.
Part # T-3905 | Model Year 09-31
Used in both the Model T and Model A;
- For the Model T it's an exact copy of the original crank pin used to hold the ratchet onto the crank.
- For the Model A it's a special clevis pin for attaching the rod that runs from the cross shaft to the emergency brake handle. Also holds the pawl in place. U.S.A.
Part # A-2609 Model Year 28-31
Part # A-2609-L Model Year 28-31
The steel emergency brake band. We offer them with or without the lining installed. Spring clips and mounting clips are installed on the band. Priced individually. U.S.A.
Part # A-2632 | Model Year 28-31
Connects the emergency brake toggle lever to the two toggle links. Need 2 per car. This is a quality forged part that has been made from the original Ford print, not cast or laser cut from steel. Why take a chance on such an important part! U.S.A.
Part # A-2828-B | Model Year 30-31
This is the shaft only, it DOES NOT include any levers. None of the levers are being reproduced, you will have to use your old ones. Holes are already drilled. This is the style of cross shaft that goes through the frame. U.S.A.
Part # A-2839-R | Model Year 28-30
Brass bushings that go at the ends of the emergency brake cross shaft. Used on the style of cross shaft that mounted between the frame rails. If your cross shaft uses the round "ball" shaped bushings, use A-2477 or A-2477-B bushings. U.S.A.
Part # A-2842 | Model Year 28-30
These are used on the emergency brake cross shafts that mount between the frame rails. These slipped over the balls on the ends of the cross shaft to keep the grease in. 2 are required. U.S.A.