Brass carbide generator
Steel speedster wheels
Livingood 4x4 conversion kit
Snowmobile ski conversion kit
Clam style driveshaft tube
If anyone has any of the above I'd be happy to chat with you!
NH Snocar still makes snowmobile kits I think
I have a set of 30x 3 1/2 disk wheels I would part with
Forgot to say I can bring to Chickasha if you want them
Seems a guy I know that has a home down here is Livingood's neighbor (grandson). To my knowledge there is nothing for sale although he showed me some pictures of T chasis with the 4x4 installed on them. If I ever get up there of find out more info I'll let everyone know.
Thank you guys! I'm waiting to hear back from Dale on the disc wheels. Chadwick, I'll send you a message.
Bump. Have purchased disc speedster wheels. Still on the hunt for the others.
I'll add a transmission with external PTO shaft too into the hunt list
I have a side sideshift transmission (1910-15?)that is also a transfer case,two shafts out the front,one out the back that was for some early 4x4,possibly Badger. Missing some shift parts and case is damaged but gears look like they were preserved with that asphalt looking stuff they put in early gearboxes.
Ryan, as for the Livingood conversion I have some info since I was going to buy one as well. Mr. Livingood's son has stopped making the conversion. He might be tempted to do a few if he gets a few of us to place orders, alas that was 2 years ago... I have not spoken to him since that time and will have to look for his number...
Les Schubert had a kit, but he sold it Tim Smith and he already placed it on his T (with some machining needed to fit)
Here is the link to that installation :
The snowmobile conversion can be bought go here:
Hope this helps! Let us know what you are planning to do!
Steve & Robert... thank you for your respective replies! I'll send PM's to both of you.
My '12 Depot Hack (inherited from my papaw who received it from his uncle) I am looking to purify a few things like the clam style rear-end (purchased) but still need the prop driveshaft tube. And would be a nice addition to have the brass carbide generator. If someone has the accessory strap that goes under the clam shell rear-end I'd like to hear from you.
The '26 T Truck would be the 4x4 conversion.
I also inherited a '25 frame and engine (early 20's engine) which I'm slowly collecting various items to build from the ground up.
The '19 Touring I bought a few years ago will need some seat frames and wood framing aside from me blasting, painting, and re-assembling.
I'll have the '12 posted on my profile when my g/f re-sizes the photo for me
Brass carbide generator (preferred J. Brown/ not repo)
Livingood 4x4 kit
Two piece driveshaft tube
Short shaft &/or adapter to fit with Jumbo transmission
Cross-drive magneto &/or proper mounting plate
And I will be at Chickasha.
I may have the generator (original), I need one for my speedster but it does not have to be T. If you can't find one but can find something else we may be able to work out a trade.
There are some Livingood kits under vehicles if you go back through the forum. You may have to reach out in private I f you really want one or call Mr Livingood to commission him for one. Keep it under the t and not a tt! Much fun getting it under the tt anyway. Les warned me. All good though.
Robert, it does sound like you did talk to Jessie. Great guy to chat with anyway.
Tim, I'm not looking for a new production. thank you though.
Ryan, understood. You may have already done more searching than I did and located some. Verifying it is Seniors and not Juniors shouldn't be too hard as junior labels his. Someone tried to get a count on Seniors some time back, but it did not turn many up. I'm sure they are stashed out there somewhere. Fun to see someone looking. TS
Ryan... just read this... I didn't get your PM