2, 4, 5, 8, are Carb. Parts
#10 is a hub to wood wheel bolt.
#7 is a inner tube bridge washer.
#1 is a pad on a top strap.
#9 bushing for ?????????????
And the other parts are carb partt
#2 is to fasten the butterfly to the butterfly shaft
#5 is fuel inlet elbow
#2 could be a nut for a lot of things
#4 & #8 ???????????
1. top holder pad
2. throttle staple
3. coil box nut
4. Holley G idle circuit tube
5. fuel inlet
6. radiator mounting cup
7. inner tube bridge washer
8. cork float bracket
9. rear cam bushing
10. wheel bolt
ok what do i win.
Rear cam bushing does't have a hole in the side, spring perch bushing.
No 6 is a Valve spring retainer
You are right on the valve spring retainer.
Dangit! the bushing was the only one i was skeptical of.
Man you guys think too much
1- Water pump support saddle
2- Point Gap gauge for a dizzy
3- Stop nut for a chrome wire loom bracket
4- Kevlar band oil divertor
5- Manifold adapter for vacuum brakes
6- A round-2-it dash reminder
7- Alignment guide when using serpentine belt for fan
8- GPS dash mounting bracket
9- Multi-weight oil with MMO additive viscosity checker
10- Front wheel brake spacer jig
Gee, Steve...that was too easy
(sorry for the quick drift, Sunday morning levity)
Wow! Those are all the parts I had left over when I finished working on my T. Wonder why it doesn't start?? :-)
#2 is the same for the throttle and choke.
pretty sure 6 is not a spring retainer, valve stem are not that big. and the retainer is a different shape,
its one of those cups that goes over the spring on the radiator mount.
#5 is a standard NPT X JIC flared tube to pipe adapter in brass. Being a flared fitting and in brass I'm guessing fuel line.
Other than that, I have no game in this game.
4 & 8 threw me too Richard. How old it too old?
I should have known #8. I just put one on a float for a Holly G carb.