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Part # T-3369-B | Model Year 09-27
An all new cap that doesn't require a core. Uses a sealed ball bearing rather than babbitt. No machining required on transmission tail shaft, but you do have to cut 3/8" off of the drive shaft bell. U.S.A.
Part # T-3363-GS | Model Year 09-27
All the gaskets needed when removing the transmission cover to change the bands. U.S.A.
Part # T-3413-BT | Model Year 09-27
One of the slickest tools ever made to change bands on the Model T Ford. Wraps around the transmission drums, hooks onto the end of the band, then just pull the band around the drums. Only works on quick change style bands that have a removable ear on one end of the band. 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-3415 | Model Year 09-27
Special washers used to lock the band adjusting nuts in place inside the transmission. 2 required. U.S.A.
Part # T-3435 Model Year 09-27
Part # T-3435-OS Model Year
Part # WEB-KIT-0173 | Model Year 09-27
A worn shaft will cause an unsightly oil leak on your transmission! This shaft is used on both the brake and the reverse pedals. U.S.A.