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Part # A-11450-FU | Model Year 28-31
Always carry extra 30 amp fuses for your safety fuse unit. U.S.A.
Part # A-11450-4 | Model Year 28-31
Thin paper insulator that protects the copper contact bolt and strap from shorting against the stamped steel housing. U.S.A.
Part # A-11450-SF | Model Year 28-34
Why burn up your Model A when you can save it with this nifty little device. Installs easily on the starter switch using the same starter switch mounting holes. Complete authentic looking unit with an extra fuse, and correct length mounting screws. U.S.A.
Part # A-11350-M | Model Year 28-31
A modern style starter drive that is a direct replacement for the original style. More reliable and perfect for 5/8" shafts for withstanding 12 volt applications.
Part # A-11350-MT | Model Year 28-31
This is not a necessity but it does make installing the A-11350-M modern starter drive easier. This will compress the drive so you can get to the mounting screw easier. U.S.A.
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.
Part # A-11036 Model Year 28-31
Part # A-11132 Model Year 28-31
Goes at the rear of the armature as a thrust. U.S.A.
Part # A-11002 Model Year 28-31
Part # A-11002-12 Model Year 28-31
Rebuilt starters sold on exchange only. Completely rebuilt, new fields and rebuilt armature are part of every rebuild! 5/8" shaft. You must have a complete rebuild-able core. Remove starter drive, drive key and band before sending core. These will not be returned if left on core. U.S.A.