I'm thinking there was one called the Gemsa, or something along that line.
Jay has one (of course ): http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/118802/123629.html
It was called "Gemco".
Is there anything for a Ford that Jay doesn't have? What an amassing resource, and willing to share it with us.
I think Jack Putnam the engine builder from Ohio build's them! Bud.
Does anyone have a picture or pictures of the rear axle that's shows the thrust washer,shims and bearings all parts in place just before putting it in the axle housing for a 1916/17 model t touring standard axle?? Thanks
Just talked to Jack Putnam and he said the one he makes is not like the one I was referring to.
Maybe this picture helps? Fairly easy assembly.
The bronze thrust washer is sandwiched between the steel plates with hole to be fitted over the dowel pins in the housing. The Hyatt bearing is on the axle shaft, and fits into the Hyatt sleeve placed in the axle housing.
Here are a couple of tire holders for the early Fords, accessories that were avail. in the day.