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Part # T-3153 | Model Year 09-27
The adjusting arm for the original Bosch plate.
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Part # T-3172 | Model Year 09-27
A simple but very useful little tool for timing your Model T. Used to determine the piston position so you can properly bend your spark rod so that the spark plugs are firing at the proper time. The T-3536 rod bending tools are very helpful for performing the rod bending task. Instructions included. U.S.A.
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Part # T-3160 | Model Year 09-27
These steel brackets mount under two of the head bolts and keep those long wires neatly in place when using a distributor on your T. U.S.A.
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Part # T-3165 | Model Year 11-27
"At Last! A quality "American Made" roller type timer. This is a duplicate of the later stamped steel style manufactured by Ford. Terminals are copper plated, housing is powder coated black, with a 1/8" masked outer lip to alleviate fitting problems. Roller assembly is included. The roller spins on a hardened sleeve that has been machined, rather than a hardened rivet like some repo's that have been made. Roller and roller sleeve are heat treated to 50 R.C. hardness for long life. Includes roller assembly, additional roller assemblies available separately. U.S.A."
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Part # T-3165-BR | Model Year 13-27
At Last! A quality "American Made" roller type timer. This is a duplicate of the later stamped steel style manufactured by Ford. Terminals are copper plated, housing is powder coated black, with a 1/8" masked outer lip to alleviate fitting problems. Roller assembly is included. The roller spins on a hardened sleeve that has been machined, rather than a hardened rivet like some repo's that have been made. Roller and roller sleeve are heat treated to 50 R.C. hardness for long life. Includes roller assembly, additional roller assemblies available separately. U.S.A.
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Part # T-3221-TSX | Model Year
There have been some issues with camshafts being pushed too far forward in some motors, which has caused problems with the normal Anderson timer brushes hitting the case of the timer and not hitting properly on the contacts. The body portion of this brush that slides over the camshaft is 1/8" shorter than the normal Anderson brush allowing it to move back toward the motor further. U.S.A.
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Part # T-3223 | Model Year
If you are having trouble with your timer roller or brush assembly hitting against the casting of the timing cover, slip the minimum amount needed between the ledge on the camshaft and the back side of the roller or brush to space it out. 4 shims per kit, each is .030" thick. U.S.A.
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Part # T-3177 | Model Year 12-27
A felt washer that fits over camshaft behind the brass timer shield. Tip on using felt washer: The washer is used to soak up excess oil but if it's too thick it may cause the brass plate T-3222 to rub on the timer brush. It's simple to correct. Cut down the thickness of the felt washer. U.S.A.
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Part # T-3170 | Model Year 09-27
Use this little tool to set the commutator rod that runs to the timer from the spark rod on the steering column. The large hole in one end slips over the head of the generator mount bolt, and the other end will tell you where your commutator rod needs to be. U.S.A.
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