As a complete novice I've just removed the transmission cover and tightened the low gear band slightly because my pedal was sticking. I just thought I'd post a photo incase there is anything blindingly obvious that I need to be aware of.
Mark in Australia
For me who is used to LH steering T's, all of it is unusual, but there's one thing that seems really Odd - the double nuts on the low band shaft. In LH drive transmissions the release and brake bands are adjusted inside, and they have special washers with a special notched nut that stays in place with the spring tension and the notches. I've never seen double nuts like you have on your low speed shaft. New washers and nuts are available from the usual Model T parts vendors.
Should says "reverse and brake bands"..
Mark, two things.
First, as Roger points out, two nuts on the first gear band is not usual. That said, someone has seen the need to fit the second nut as a locknut. I would NOT remove it. The special nut may have a worn groove and the washer it runs against may have a worn off notch. Hence the locknut.
Second, I wonder why the pedal was sticking in the first place. If your adjustment has fixed it, there may be a couple of things to check. If the pedal is pushed too far, the linkage between the pedal and the clutch cross shaft may go over centre, and the pedal needs to be pulled back.
If there is extensive wear in the pedal ramps, it may be possible to have the pedal reach the end of the ramp and park itself on the top flat section.
Perhaps someone nearer to you could cast a knowing eye over it for you.
Hope this helps,
Allan from down under.