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Every Model T part for your car is probably available.  If you can't find something, or would like us to put together a package of parts for you, please call or email and we'll do our best to help you.

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Here are some of the MADE IN THE U.S.A. products:

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Modern Bearings:

Type 1 Outer Rear Wheel Bearings (2 Required)

Modern sealed outer axle bearing - less friction, sealed for oil leaks.

$350 for a set, includes the two bearings you need.

* very minor "machining" needs to be done to get these to fit in some cars.  Can be installed without removing the axles with a simple trick involving sandpaper and a paint stirring stick. 

 

Inner Carrier Bearings (2 required - Price for Each)

Modern sealed inner axle bearing - less friction and sealed for oil leaks.

$250 for a set, includes two bearings.

* your axle needs to be machined to use these bearings.  If you send your axles to us, we will machine them for you for free. 

<click here for more info on rear axle bearings>

 

Thrust Roller Bearings (2 Required - Price for Each)

Roller Thrust Washers 

Replace your bronze or babbitt thrust washers with this low friction set.  A high quality reproduction of an original performance accessory.

$80 for a stock axle (one for each side).

<click here for more information on roller thrust washers>

 

Type 3 Floating Rear Hubs (2 Required) (Wood)

Full Floating Hub for Wood Wheels. 

Keeps your rear wheel from passing you on the road if your axle breaks.  They also lower the stress and chances of breaking because the weight of the car is no longer held up by the tiny stock Ford axle.  With this hub, the weight is supported by the larger/stronger stock axel housing.

$470 for a set (includes both left and right hubs)

*My personal recommendation: Use these with the inner hubs above to prevent leaks. 

 

Type 3 Floating Rear Hubs (2 Required)(Wire)

Full Floating hub for Wire Wheels.

Keeps your rear wheel from passing you on the road if your axle breaks.  They also lower the stress and chances of breaking because the weight of the car is no longer held up by the tiny stock Ford axle.  With this hub, the weight is supported by the larger/stronger stock axel housing.

$470 for a set (includes both left and right hubs)

*My personal recommendation: Use these with the inner hubs above to prevent leaks. 

 

 

Rebuilt 6Volt Model T Starter:

All new parts used, this is a top quality rebuilt starter with all new "guts". 

*Full One Year Warranty* - click here to see why

Modern bearing in the front, and oil seals to prevent leaks.

$250 with your rebuildable core, or $300 outright.

(core charge will be refunded when we receive your old one)  This button works!

 

 

Rebuilt 12Volt Model T Starter:

Same as above, and this one is re-wired for use with a 12 volt battery. 

*Full One Year Warranty* - click here to see why

If you converted to 12 volts for your T, you need this starter.  Using a stock starter in 12volts can result in a broken bendix and little bits of metal flying around inside your engine tearing everything up.

$275 with your rebuildable core, or $325 outright.

 

Rebuilt Model T Starter Armature:

 

Ok, here is a "new" armature for the do-it-yourselfer.

Only the iron core is reused, everything else is replaced with new material. 

$150 with your core, or $175 outright.

 

Rebuilt 6Volt Model T Generator:

 

All new parts used here too, just like our starters.

*Full One Year Warranty*

$260 with your rebuildable core, or $310 outright.

 

Kevlar Band Linings:

Only $99

Comes with detailed instructions (not pictured)

 

 

Nylon Timing Gears:

$75

This can be purchased with stock timing, or setup for 1/2 tooth advanced

 

 

NEW carburetors:

$200

 

 

It's a brand new Holley NH "Swayback".  Available for 26/27 (shown on left) or 09-25 (shown on right).  A new gasket is included, the mixture knob shown in the right photo is not included.  No Core Charge.

 

New Exhaust Manifolds:

$100 

Replace your worn out or bent exhaust manifold with this brand new one. 

High Temp "cast iron look" coating is available for an additional $10 (shown in photo) 

 

 

New Stipe cam:

$365


 

This is the one you need if your serious about your Model T's performance.  It's available in two grinds, stock (0.250 lift) or Improved (0.280 lift). 

With this cam you simply set your valve lash at 0.010" and fire it up!  Run super quiet, see our "news" page to watch a video of an engine running with this cam (280) and the nylon gear above in it.