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Part # A-10102 | Model Year 29-31
Solders to the head of the bolt that leads through casing to cutout. U.S.A.
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Part # A-10166 | Model Year 28-31
The 6" long hex  headed bolt that holds the generator together.
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Part # A-10146 | Model Year 30-34
This was only used on the later Model A generator rear end plate. This is the cylindrical tube that threads into the end plate and houses the felt oiler and spring A-10145. U.S.A.
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Part # A-10145 | Model Year 30-31
Goes in the rear end plate. U.S.A.
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Part # A-7600 | Model Year 28-34

This bearing goes in the pulley end of the generator and was used late in '28 until the end of production.

Also used as a pilot bearing that is pressed into the flywheel that holds the transmission.

Also used in the gear end of Model T generators 1919-27. Sealed for long life.

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Part # A-10142-MB | Model Year 28-31
Round headed machine screw and a square nut to hold the starter or generator band on. U.S.A.
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Part # A-11086 | Model Year 19-31
This screw usually takes a beating getting it out. It is the screw that goes through the generator casting, and secures the heavy steel plates that hold the fields in place. Also used on Model T generators and starters. U.S.A.
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Part # A-10155-B | Model Year 28-28
Goes between the mounting arm and the casing. U.S.A.
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Part # A-10019 | Model Year 28-29
Used only with the early powerhose generators. This brace ran from the generator to the timing cover. Exact copy. U.S.A.
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