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Part # T-3278-RE Model Year
Part # T-3278-RE-Q16 Model Year
Part # WEB-KIT-0156 | Model Year 09-27

Special threaded (1/4 - 24) brass screws used to hold the magnets and flywheel ring gear. These screws have 1/4 - 24 threads and are to be used with any non-Ford reproduction ring gear.

DO NOT USE OLD SCREWS unless there is enough stock to peen over ends. Screws are cheaper than a new transmission. U.S.A.

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Part # T-3152-M1 | Model Year 09-27
Used on the Columbo magneto, includes drive gears and drive coupling.
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$239.95 SET
Part # T-3152-M2 | Model Year 09-27
Eiseman/Magneto Attachment Co. (MATCO) cross drive magneto drive gear set.
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$166.95 PR
Part # T-3152-M3 | Model Year 09-27
Large nut used to secure the large gear on the Eiseman Magneto. This nut is 1-1/2" across the hex. Nut is made for reproduction cam gears, not original Ford gears.
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$59.95 EA
Part # T-3271 | Model Year 09-27
These press into end of crankshaft and align flywheel when mating the two together. U.S.A.
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Part # T-3268 | Model Year 19-27
The Model T ring gear is held onto the flywheel with 16 screws that also hold on the magnets. Excellent quality 1/4-24 threads.
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$47.95 EA
Part # T-3270 | Model Year 09-27
Special drilled head bolts that hold the flywheel to the crankshaft. U.S.A.
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$6.00 EA
Part # T-3277 | Model Year 11-27
The clamp that goes against the head of the T-3278 mag clamping screws. 16 required. U.S.A.
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$3.25 EA
Part # T-3278 Model Year 09-27
Part # T-3278-Q16 Model Year
Part # WEB-KIT-0155 | Model Year 09-27

Special threaded screws used to hold the magnets and flywheel ring gear. These are only to be used with original Ford ring gears that have 14/24 threads.

DO NOT USE OLD SCREWS unless there is enough stock to peen over ends. Screws are cheaper than a new transmission. U.S.A.

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