MODERN DAY REPLACEMENT PART NUMBERS

SEALS SPARK PLUGS

Front Wheel National 5727 AC #26

" " Chicago CR 17617 Champion A25

Rear Wheel National 5M146 Autolight #3095

Cam Shaft National 450120

" " Chicago CR 9853 or Chicago CR 9881

Foot Pedal Shaft Seals

Sears 42-22514 ("O" ring seal 5/8" X 13/16" X 3/32" wall)

Timken Timken

WHEEL BEARINGS & RACES Bearing Race / Cup

Front Wheel Inner 14120 14273

Front Wheel Outer L 09075 09194

Front Wheel Outer R 09076 09194

Rear Axle Thrust Bearing Torrington NTA 3650 & TRA 3648 plates (3 sets req./ side)

RUXTELL BEARINGS

Radial Ball - P-1026 Heavy Duty - SKF 7212-B COTTER PINS

3/32" X 1" will fit

73% of T requirements.

STARTER PARTS

Bearing -Bower 201-CC (brush end)

Front Oil Seal - National 3667 (drive end)

"O" Ring - 208 Bendix Drive - Standard Motor SDN13, 17, or 56

GENERATOR BEARINGS GENERATOR CUT-OUT

Front Rear Power/Ready 38-2

Bower 203-FF 201-CC Sorenson CO-10

Fafnir 203-K 201-K RCA 1N2129 (solid state diode)

Ace 203 201 Coil Capacitor - .47 ufd. @ 400V.D.C.

(Sprague Orange Drop 225P47494YD3)

FAN HUB BEARING CARBURETOR FLOAT

Torrington B1012OH (2 required) John Deere AR-10066R (12-14 G Holley)

Briggs & Stratton - 298514 (15-27 NH Holley)

MODEL T CAPACITIES MISC. MODEL T INFORMATION

Crankase Oil 4 qts. Firing Order 1-2-4-3

Cooling System 14 qts. Spark Plug Gap .031" - .035"

Fuel Tank 10 Gallons Coil Point Gap .030"

Differential 2 pints Point Vibrator Gap .005"

Coil Amps 1.2 - 1.5

Intake Valve Gap .008"-.010"

VEHICLE WIEGHTS - (1923) Exhaust Valve Gap .012"-015"

Touring 1500 Tire Pressure (30") 55 PSI

Roadster 1390 Tire Pressire (21") 35 PSI

Fordor 1950 Rated Horsepower 22.5 HP

Sedan 1875 Gen. Amps =7-10 Amps (no lights, med. speed)

Coupe 1760 Recommended Oil 30 wt. summer / 10/30 winter

Chassis 1060 Differential Grease 600 wt. (old) 180 wt. (new)

Truck 1477 Ruxtell Grease 90-140 wt.

* add 150 lbs. for starter, generator,

battery, & dem. wheels.

Please submit any additions to the above listings directly to Jim Patterson for inclusion in next year's roster.

Summary of Engine Troubles and Their Causes

Engine Fails to Start Engine Stops Suddenly

  1. Gas mixture too lean. 1. Gasoline tank empty.

  2. Water in gasoline. 2. Water in gasoline.

  3. Vibrators adjusted too close. 3. Flooded carburetor.

  4. Water or congealed oil in 4. Dirt in carburetor or fuel line.

commutator. 5. Magneto wire loose.

  1. Magneto contact point (in 6. Magneto contact point

transmission cover) fouled with obstructed.

foreign material. 7. Overheated - lack of oil or

  1. Gas supply / valve shut off. water.

  2. Carburetor frozen (cold weather). 8. Gas mixture too lean

  3. Water frozen in gas tank or sediment

bulb (cold weather).

  1. Coil switch off.

 

Engine Lacks Power - Runs Poorly Engine Overheats

  1. Poor compression - leaky valves. 1. Lack of water.

  2. Gas mixture too rich or too lean. 2. Lack of oil.

  3. Spark plugs dirty. 3. Fan belt loose or slipping.

  4. Coil vibrator improperly adjusted. 4. Carbon deposit in combustion

  5. Air leak in intake manifold. chamber.

  6. Weak exhaust valve spring. 5. Spark retarded too far.

  7. Excessive clearance between valve 6. Gas mixture too rich.

stem and push rod. 7. Water circulation retarded by

  1. Too close gap with spark sediment in radiator.

plug points. 8. Dirty spark plugs.

 

At High Speeds Engine Knocks

  1. Commutator contact imperfect. 1. Carbon deposit on piston head.

  2. Weak valve spring. 2. Loose connecting rod bearings.

  3. Too much gap in spark plugs. 3. Loose crank shaft bearing.

  4. Imperfect gas mixture. 4. Spark advanced too far.

  5. Vibrator points dirty or burned. 5. Engine overheated.