I have an excellent copy of a diagram (originally from The vintage ford)that shows all the bolts & nuts used in the T.
However it only lists the wrench size to use on each bolt NOT the bolt diameter or the TPI.
Is there a diagram available that shows the missing data ?
Here's a great chart showing bolt diameter, length and tpi from the Northern Colorado T club: http://clubs.hemmings.com/ncmtc/Technical/Bolts_nuts_threaded_items.pdf
Like any extensive reference of this kind, there may still be an error or two in the Colorado list. If you find any, let the webmaster know so they can be corrected.
I don't think it's being maintained. The same errors and missing data has been there for years.
I don't think so, but here is the chart you are referring to, for anyone who is wondering what you are talking about. Jim Patrick
Ken, the corrections I submitted in July and August have been made, so I just downloaded the corrected version. The list is a great idea. If we users submit corrections and additions as we come across them, it will be even better.
Ha! This is funny. The chart above (same as the one I have shows the nut that fits on the front of the rear radius rod to have a 7/8" head.
The listing from the Colorado T club shows that same nut to have a 3/4" head.
Wanna guess what was on my car ? Why a 3/4" nut on the left side and a 7/8" nut on the right side, of course! ;o)
Seriously - thanks for the comments and the reference to the Colorado T clubs list!
This is probably more useful to the novice.
Frankly your best reference is another Model T of the same vintage that is either unrestored or properly restored. The reproduction hardware is close in most cases, but NQR overall. Excepting the parts available from RV Anderson or John Regan.
A version number or revision date would helpful distinguish different versions of the the nuts and bolts chart :-).
would helpful distinguish => would be helpful to distinguish
Have you noticed that, on the chart, a few of the bolt heads in which the head sizes are given are square instead of hex? I assume this is intended to indicate that the head and/or nuts of said fasteners are square. Jim Patrick