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Part # A-702829-4DR | Model Year 29-31
Pair of brackets that screwed to the door post used to attach the door check arms. Used on late 1928 through 1931 straight windshield 4-doors. U.S.A.
Part # A-162592-S | Model Year 28-31
Holds the 'T' style rear door check strap to the door on slant windshield 4-doors.
Part # A-702829 | Model Year 30-31
These brackets hold the door check arm to the door. Originally, these were spot welded to the door. Only half a set is pictured. U.S.A.
Part # A-702828-CL | Model Year 28-31
If your closed car does not have provisions for the footman loop on the door and the door post, this steel armed door check is the one used. It was used on any of the Model A's that did not use the rubber strap style. U.S.A.
Part # A-702828-BU | Model Year 28-31
This square piece of rubber mounts in the door post, and the door check bumper bumps against this rubber instead of the post. 1 set does both sides. U.S.A.
Part # A-702828-R | Model Year 28-31
The rubber bumper inside the door on the steel arm style door checks. U.S.A.
Part # A-702828-U | Model Year 30-31
Used on the original style door check arms to adjust how far the door could open. Metal style arm door checks only.
Part # A-702828-C | Model Year 30-31
Once the A-702828-U clip is put in the desired position, this cap was placed on top of it and the tabs were bent around the clip so that it would not come off of the door check arm. U.S.A.
Part # A-162592-L | Model Year 28-31
These footman loops were used in several places on the Model T tops. Model A's used them with the rubber door check straps. They were used on all 1928-29 closed cars, and the rear doors of all station wagons. Mounting holes are 2-1/4" on center. U.S.A.