Crankshaft & Camshaft
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Part # T-3030-T | Model Year 09-31
Same tool as used in the 20's for scraping babbit bearings to fit crankshafts. Hollow ground triangular blade stays sharp.
Part # T-3050-BT | Model Year 09-27
Socket style tool for removing or installing the cam gear lock nut. U.S.A.
Part # T-3045 | Model Year 09-27
A ring to hold the two halves of the camshaft bearing in place. 2 required. U.S.A.
Part # T-3046 | Model Year 09-27
Special set screw that holds the camshaft bearing in place. Use on front and center bearing. U.S.A.
Part # T-3046-E | Model Year 09-13
This slotted style set screw was used from 1909-13 before Ford went to a hex style set screw. U.S.A.
Part # A-6253 | Model Year 28-31
Two pins are used to hold the fiber timing gear in position on the camshaft. Same pins were used on the T's and A's
Part # T-3050-B | Model Year 09-27
A special made nut that holds the camshaft gear on the camshaft. Made just like the original. U.S.A.
Part # T-3042-TK | Model Year 09-27
Specially machined cam nut with thrust washers to eliminate noise at low rpm's. A must when using reground cams on 1912-23 engines.