Hi: Here is a Ster-A-Ford accessory I have and no info or literature on it. I think it clamps to the axle with u-bolts and the pitman arm goes thru the hole in end of spring. Would like to see a ad, sales literature or whatever for it. Ive looked thru all my accessory books and aftermarket catalogs from the T era with no luck... Thanks ..
The spring is about 8-1/4 inches from front of plate to center of eye on spring
Fits between axle and tie rod. Best to paint it up and hang on the wall.
I haven't seen that make either in any literature.
Looks similar to this steering aid.
This is the one I found at a sale ,
and I am amazed at the difference it makes
I thought it would be useless
My steering is in great shape , but this takes all the "wandering " out of it
I've got one like that, Shawn, missing the tie rod clamp.. It's called "Safety pilot for Fords" in an ad in this thread where other types is also shown: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/179374/185017.html
Ok, now I see your thread where you first showed it: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/331880/364367.html?1369624591
Funny they started out casting the price $5 into the steel then had to lower the price to $1.95 in the ad reproduced in the Clymer book.. Cheap versions like the spring above must have been tough competitors.
if you try it out let me know how it works
My father drives our roadster and he loves it