These are the adapter plates that are needed to adapt a model A transmission to fit behind the T transmission. I have never done this so I can't speak to the process. These seem very well made.
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I can shed some light on these if someone has an interest. I made them 20-30 years ago.
Question: So this would be like adding a Warford transmission? but you need another clutch? trying to figure out how this would work...
Mounted behind the T transmission same as Warford, Jumbo
Joe I would appreciate knowing more about them. Regardless of if they sell or not. P.S. nice work
I'm also curious how an A transmission compares to the Accessory T transmission in performance.
So joe please do
As I remember! The thick plate (1" thick) I welded two 1/2" plates together, replaces the main drive gear bearing (input shaft) retainer at the front of the Model A transmission. The input shaft of the Model A transmission needs a square machined on it to mate to the Model T transmission. The ring fastens to the bearing retainer at the rear of the Model A transmission. The intent was to use an extra half of the fourth main bearing that is found on the driveshaft of the Model T inside the rear bearing retainer, giving the ball on the driveshaft something to pivot against and then allowed the standard Model T driveshaft to bolt up as normal. A U joint needed to be made from the front of a Model A mated to the rear of the Model T. A support would be suggested under the Model A transmission to relieve some of the strain on the entire driveline. Making the adapters was the easy part. I never did the conversion, found a Jumbo!
Sold to John
Back for sale $125