This fan hub bolt is supposed to have a grease cup that screws on the back end and serves as a lock nut, instead of the nut that's on here. Is it available anywhere?
I can probably find one for you. Send me a PM with your mailing address.
Is this what you are looking for?
Steve send me your address I have a bunch of them, original no/cost, I'll mail you one firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve. It all depends on how pure you wish to be. Langs part is fine, and looks good, however, the appearance isn't 100% like the original. I bought a '13 not long ago, and needed the same parts you do. It took me a while to obtain the original parts, but I did find them. It takes patience, and the desire to do it right.
Steve I'll send you 2 tommorrow johnd
Steve,i have one I'll drop in tomorrow's mail.
Steve, Now you have so many you will have to buy some more engines to put them all on!
Steve, looks like your going to need a forklift to bring in your mail.
I think you will need a few more brass era Ts to put all those engines in, also.
Just bought one from lang's & installed yesterday
Lang's is brass. Wrong for my car. 1914-1920 is steel.
Why don't each of youse send Steve a different part, and see what he can build from it all!
Good idea. I don't know what Steve will build from all those grease cups, but it should be well lubricated! ;o)
It will be slick!