I have a 1920 roadster,my question is are part #5390A left and #5563A right correct for my car,if not what do they fit?Any help greatly appreciated!
Thanks George,read on other posts about some of the different length ones,part numbers with a,b,c after them etc!Always nice to confirm we have the right parts the first time!!
Actually, I was originally going to respond cute...since Ford never used an 'A' on original releases and the next drawing rev was normally a 'B'... but decided against it.
Fender irons are fairly easy when you use the 'T' numbers for the part, (Which you did.)but actually fairly a mess when using the Ford inventory number.
The 5563 has a 'B' version, 23-25...5390 has a 'B' version 23-25. No 'C' versions.
My own question for you to ask yourself is where did you get the numbers in the first place? Not being cute, On irons, I don't have a drawing set or the record of change cards to help explain the differences between the original and the 'B' version. Since they were drop forged, is there a small number on them somewhere? My point is, you may still want someone to measure 'something' to verify
BTW...The roadster and the coupe used the same rear irons.
Hi George,here is a bit more info-one has T5390A on it and the other matching I have trouble making out but are an nos matching set.From the tip to the bend is 7" and from the bend to the top of the 3 bolt mount is 11 1/2".They seem to match dimensionally to an old set I have with no A after the part number.Are the B designation ones longer or taller?I hope this set will be what is used on my 20 Roadster.Its amazing what you found out for me!Curious what you may find out about these!!Thanks!