Hi I was over to my model t parts guy,s house yesterday and
Found in his cellar a gearbox assy. That mounts on the.
Front engine mount .you remove the hand crank and install
This assembly on the veh. It has a hand crank of its own
Through right angle gearing and a flat belt pulley out the front
Wonder if anyone has any old ads or pictures of one of these
I think I need this piece it looks interesting.
Any ideas on what to give. For it.?
All info would be appreciated thanks Jim. W
Photos of it would help.
Here are a couple of threads with pictures:
I guess I had something else pictured in my mind after reading the description. Those make more sense.
Hard to see in the second set of pics but much clearer in the first one. That is a belt driven aux cooling fan isn't it? It appears in both shots.
Could this be it from a past thread here?
Hi: I do not know what it would be worth, but I am looking for one to put on my Montgomery Ward tractor conversion. If you get it and want to sell, Im in the market for one. Any one else have one to get rid of ....
James, Here's the link to the past thread.
My E-Z Power was swell worn and the casting itself isn't very well made. Since they run all the time that the engine is running adds to the problem. I guess I would want to look inside of one before I bought another. I was lucky to have friends that made all new shafts and poured Babbitt bearings for it. I plan to run John Deere corn head grease in it. Do you guys think that will work?
Lance I just got my EZ power unit home today and it is in very good cond. the unit can be taken out of gear by loosening the
Set screw on the collar on the output shaft and pushing or
Pulling the pulley shaft in to engage or out to disengage then
Re tightening the set screw I did not know if you knew that.
Hope someone can use the info .
Ps. Thanks for the info. And pics.guys
James, I have not had time to put mine back on the tractor yet. I can see how that would work and you have easy access to the set-screw. My pulley can also be shifted out of gear when not in use. Thanks!