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Part # M-533 | Model Year 26-31
The Ford car was designed to use this extra heavy clinging type oil in the rear axle. This oil is almost a grease in weight and clings to the ring gear. Do not overfill. New squeeze bottle with a pour spout. Model T requires 1 quart for the rear axle. Model A requires 2 quarts total for the rear end, transmission and steering box. U.S.A.
Part # A-3507-MB | Model Year 28-31
Kit mounts the steering shaft housing to the steering box through the clamp. U.S.A.
Part # A-3541 | Model Year 28-31
For the ends of the spark and gas rods. These go towards the bottom for the control rods to hook onto. Excellent quality! U.S.A.
Part # A-3542 | Model Year 28-31
Pins for holding the A-3541 control arms onto the spark and gas rods. U.S.A.
Part # A-3545 | Model Year 28-31
These are the springs at the bottom of the spark and gas rods that keep them tightly in place. U.S.A.
Part # A-3587 | Model Year 29-31
This cone fits around the special stud and down inside of A-3586 for adjusting the sector shaft. U.S.A.
Part # A-3586 | Model Year 29-31
This piece mounts in the 2-tooth sector housing for adjusting the sector. U.S.A.