I am in the process of organizing the garage. These are out of one of the containers. I know some of the items but not all. Some I don't think are T parts. I figured I'd make a game out of guessing what they are as you guys seem to be really good at this. Take a shot.
The two items in the upper left-hand corner are bell cranks that mount on the engine side of the firewall and are part of the carburetor choke linkage.
The two pairs of studs with threaded plates screwed onto one end each are two pairs of radiator mounting bolts.
Just above the right hand pair of radiator mounting bolts is a radiator mount thimble.
I think the 3 smallest springs at lower left go with the radiator mounting bolts.
The rest just looks like just darn handy stuff to hang onto in case someday you might need one! Ha,ha,.....harold
Oh and the "thingie" at upper right looks like a temperature sending unit but not for a Model "T"!
the small coiled springs I believe are for window regulators not sure if T's used them
Bad art work! No. 1 trough 11
1 fire wall bell crank
2 crankcase arm block
3 break cam
4 belt guide
5 front connector for hogs head oiler
6 radiator mounting parts
7 door latch springs
8 valve springs
9 transmission thrust washers
10 ether rim or rod bolt
The rest not sure
11tail light lens retainer
I think Mark's no 7 springs are band ear springs, a little too long for radiator mounts.Can't lay my hands on some valve springs, but those look a little long to me. Otherwise, mark has them nailed.
Allan from down under.
Think your right, those shorter spring are band springs.
Far upper right looks like it could be an in-line fuse.
The smaller spring of the two marked #7 by Mark is a generator or starter brush spring - the other marked in #7 appears to be a correctly identified as a window riser mechanism spring or possible a door latch spring.
The long narrow spring to the right of number 8 is a hood latch spring.
The bolt between number 2 & 3 is the high gear actuating bolt that rides on the cam on the hand brake lever.
On the lower right of number 7 is the pin for the brake clevis.
The "T" shaped bolt to the left of number 4 looks familiar, but I can't put my finger on it. Senior moment, you know.
If # 8 are valve springs then it appears as though the smaller diameter spring to the right looks awfully long for the hood catch spring ?
The long bolt w/nut could be the fan adjustment bolt also.
Model T's did not use a flat head clevis pin.
Keith, good call on the high gear actuating bolt, but I don't think so. If the photo was taken with all the items in place, then that bolt should be the same diameter as the radiator mounting bolts. Same applies to Steve's fan adjusting bolt.
I love these posts. It gets the grey matter ticking over. I'm usually too slow with initial posts, so get to be critical of others. Sorry folks.
Allan from down under.
I have flat head clevis pins on my '26 and round head on my '14. The MTFCI Judging Standards 6th Edition doesn't say anything about this. Does anyone know what is correct?
Good observation Allan !
Could the bolt between 2 & 3 be a fan adjusting bolt?
I was thinking the same thing but it looks too small in the diameter to be 3/8.
Another Picture for you. Thanks for the suggestions for the last set of items. I appreciate it.
T shaped bolt left of #4 looks like the bolt to retain the brushes cover strap band on a starter or genny.