I really enjoy getting a non running Model T back on the road running safe. I got this 1926 Roadster from Florida where it had been stored for 20 plus years non running. It had a modern tire wheel attached temporarily to the left wheel assembly.
Before I begin the repairs, here are some pictures. It appears I need to add 2 pictures to another Post
I believe I can pull the false plate from the hub in picture one, brakes seem OK in picture two, pull the false studs from hub in picture three, Clean up the wheel assembly on picture 4, remove mounting bolts (6 total) from hub in picture 4 and use them to mount wheel picture 4 to hub assembly picture one. I then need to buy a used 21 inch split rim and a good new or used balloon tire and tube. Anyone with a part to sell, appreciate private message.
Am I on the right track? Thanks
Initial observation is that you could borrow a rear large drum wheel and put it on. If you can't do that, you're on the right track to build one.
Second question I need to order hub bolts and nuts. Macs and others list a long 2 and 1/8 inch and a short 2 inch Which is the proper one for a 1926 large drum brake?
contact RV Anderson on this forum for the best ones.
The longer bolts are needed for wheels with brake drums. Shorter ones go on the front.