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Part # T-4130-MBE Model Year 09-18
Part # T-4130-MB Model Year 19-27
Part # WEB-KIT-0270 | Model Year 09-27
When bolting the carb to the intake, getting to the bolt heads can be a real pain! These are long headed bolts that stick out far enough that you can easily get a wrench on the hex. Sold in pairs. U.S.A.
Part # T-4129-KN | Model Year 09-16
Knurled brass knob only for the early style carb control. Held on with a cotter pin. 1909-16, U.S.A.
Part # T-4431 | Model Year 09-27
This brass wire connects onto the choke arm of the carb and sticks out the core of the radiator so you can choke the carb while cranking over the motor. U.S.A.
Part # T-4129-A | Model Year 17-25
Use this control on any T with a steel firewall. U.S.A.
Part # T-4129 | Model Year 11-12
This style carb control was used from 1911 to 1915. It has a brass knob, and a 2-hole brass mounting plate for firewall.
Part # T-4129-C | Model Year 13-21
This style carb control was used on the 1913 to 21 T's with the wood firewall. Brass knob with a 2-hole steel mounting plate for the firewall. U.S.A.
Part # T-4129-B | Model Year 26-27
The late 26-27 carb control rod that is used on the swivel top style carbs. Ford originally made several different lengths of these. This is the longest and may need shortened in some cases. The knob is pinned so if the rod needs shortened, you can simply redrill a new hole and repin the knob. U.S.A.
Part # T-4129-E | Model Year 09-10
This style carb control was used in 1909 and 1910. It has a brass knob, and a 4-hole brass mounting plate for firewall.
Part # T-4132 | Model Year 26-27
The upper portion only for the carb control swivel assembly. Spider is included. You will need to purchase the T-6213-B listed in the carburetor section to complete the unit.