Going through some old boxes of my grandfather's I found some interesting reamers. I have 2 2713-14 reamers, one made by Stevens, one made by the Watervliett Tool Company.
They seem to be in decent shape for an 80 year old reamer.
I'm not sure if there is a real going price on these, but if you want one (or both!), make me any sort of fair offer.
Also have one marked 'FORD 3022 1/2', which measures .742 and is made by Keystone. Not sure if this one is useful to you guys. Anyway, get in touch if you are at all interested.
I have one of those FORD 3022 1/2 reamers. They were made by the FORD tool Co. not FMC ,but I would like to know what they are for.The other two tools are front spindle reamers. The appear to be in good shape.
Wrist pin bushing, Jack.
Steve,my model T doesn't have a bushing that size to ream. What car?
All cast iron pistons used brass bushings and new ones need to be reamed. The thicker bushings were used up to '22 or '23 something like that.
Part number 3022 1/2 is the piston bushings. Take the # on the reamer and look up that as a Ford part number and it will tell you what bushing that reamer fits. Dan
Thanks,I''m pretty sure I should have known that,but Having a senior moment here.