Hi can anyone help? Made in USA but no makers mark Thanks
Sorry, I thought I posted this on the Forum
Well, that's certainly SOMETHING.
hi bob here in Edmonton alberta that's a two speed aux transmition I don't know the make tho I have 4 TT trucks with diferent tranys in them . id love to buy yours if you want to sell. do you have any other TT parts for sale thanks
James, Iíve been trying to identify the same unit thatís on my 1911 Buick model 33. I hope to have it running soon. Very curious to learn itís function.
Kind of looks like a Jumbo Planator, but I don't know if they made a version for TTs.
Maybe try a Google search on "jumbo planator mtfca"?
Mark, bingo. I believe thatís it, didnít know what to call the darn thing until your response.
Excellent info guys. This is fitted on a 1918 RHD TT project that I have recently purchased. Sorry Bob but I live in Scotland and it is not for sale. If anyone can help I am desperate to buy a left hand door catch to fit a 1925 enclosed cab TT. Impossible to find in the UK. Thanks
We had a Planator in our '12 T many years ago (so we could keep the clam-shell rearend). It was the car model and it was an underdrive. It did not split the gears like a Ruxtell. Ford High and Planator under was very close to Ford low. I think the gears they used inside the car Planator were Model T rearend gears. Ford low and Planator under was a parade gear.
I have a Planetor and it provides a great intermediate gear for hill climbing. Low, low is great for parades, pulling into the trailer and pulling tree stumps. In Planetor low I think my T could climb a 45 degree incline with the throttle closed.