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Part # T-2502 | Model Year 09-27
Proper assembly of the rear end required the axle to be stood vertically. This tool is a duplicate of an old KR-Wilson tool used by Ford garages. Bolts to the top of the work bench and holds the axle housing in a vertical position. Cast Iron. U.S.A.
Part # T-3423-X | Model Year 09-27
A handy plier type tool used to properly form the split rivets that hold the transmission linings to the bands. U.S.A.
Part # T-3419-T | Model Year 09-27
This special tool holds the band adjusting nut and washer so they don't get dropped in the transmission when you install them. U.S.A.
Part # T-3423-BT | Model Year 09-27
This handy tool rolls the split rivets around and imbeds the rivet into the lining. Can also be used for installing hood lacing split rivets.
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 # A-2018 | Model Year 09-31
This little anvil clamps in a vise and makes riveting or removing old linings a snap! Kit comes with a punch to knock out old rivets, a tool to swedge new tubular rivets, and a tool to drill and countersink linings.
Part # T-2714-T | Model Year 09-27
This driver is used for installing and removing the T-2714 bushing. Prevents damage to spindle arm. Also used to install the A-2227 bushings in the brake camshaft housing and in the brake toggle lever housing. It is NOT used to drive out old bushings. U.S.A.
Part # T-2582 | Model Year 09-27
After a new T-2581 drive shaft bushing is installed, the face must be cut to install the universal joint properly. This tool slips inside the bushing and cuts the face where the universal makes contact. U.S.A.