Yes. Part number 5015. (Factory Number 8793)
Here are some Non / Ford accessory starter button extensions, that I was privileged to see when I was at Speedy Bill Museum last week.
John, That sure is a super mint APCO counter display. Thanks for sharing your photo with us.
When I ordered my starter button, Trish told me I'd want an extension to go with it. I said, "Really?"
She replied, "Trust me."
Naturally, she was right.
The problem with a functional button, of course, is that it can be accidentally pressed by a clumsey lummox such as myself, and that does happen now and then, much to the distress of my ring gear. I remember somebody on the forum recommending that an ordinary, empty, amber prescription bottle can be used as a guard. Neat idea.
Good question Jay and good responses Ken and John. Thanks. Do you 'install' the extention by crimping the bottom around the starter switch shaft using slip-joint pliers? Most that I've encountered were held on by rust.
The bottom is sliced to automatically conform to the switch button - they can be a "buggar" to try to remove after being stepped on a hundreds of times !
Sonny, On the old type you use the slip-joint pliers and make them slightly undersize before installing.
This is for you SONNY (George), disconnect the battery before pushing on the extension.
I've tried genuine Ford extensions on certain types of starter switches (with two screws), and still doesn't go far enough through the metal seat riser panel on my '25 to do the job. So apparently not all Ford starter switches are the same height.
The early starter switch mounting bracket is stepped up to bring the switch closer to the seat riser.
I bought a starter button from Smith and Jones. It had the switch, offset bracket and extension for $21.95. Haven't installed it yet.
I asked him, when I bought it, if it was like the junk switch, I bought off Mac's several yrs ago, and he assured me it wasn't.
Smith & Jones and MACS sell exactly the same switch (the one including the extension). MACS is three dollars more.
The one I bought from Mac's, about 15 yrs ago wasn't anything like the one I bought from S & J. It had tabs bent over on the bottom.
I hope this one is different, as I had to rebuild the other one. Had a dead short the first time I uaed it.
There are two repro switches available - one made in USA the other made in Taiwan - take your pick !
The bag that this one came in that I bought from Smith & Jones has "Made in USA" on it, what ever that means. Was the bag or the switch Made in USA.