I think I need my coil boxes rebuilt, or buy new ones. Any ideas? im in st louis
Brent Mize or Ron Patterson.....click here.....scroll down....
When you say coil boxes, do you mean the individual wooden case coils units, or do you mean the box that the four coil units fit into? If the latter, you can do it yourself with the kit from Fun Projects. There are wood kits available, but the plastic kit from Fun Projects is the way to go. Well made and easy to follow instructions. You won't be sorry you did it.
Mike I'm in Fulton Mo and I keep Ron Patterson rebuilt coils here, I also Keep John Regans (big) coils box rebuilt kits here, Steve Thum and the St Louis club can show or help you rebuild the metal box's firstname.lastname@example.org I have 60 yrs worth of used, NOS, reproduction T and TT Ford Parts here for sale as we have a chapter of the MTFCA here, I'm # 2088 I started in 1966
Buy a kit from John Regan, and rebuild them yourself. He has instructions included. His kits are superior to the original wood.
I think he probably means coils, not boxes. Whichever it is, all the advice above is good.
I have rebuilt ones in stock $35 exchange.
A coil box is just that. A coil is a coil. Duh!
But Larry, each coil has a wooden box around it.
Gee Mike, I thought the coils had sides! I'm just being a jerk here. I've got to stop this!