What is needed to put a starter 6v. on a 1914 T??
A starter, a battery, wires, a switch, a new hogs head, and a ring gear on the flywheel.
If you want the battery to charge while you are driving you will need a generator and more wires.
Did I mention Money?
If it's a '14 block (pre-generator) then a Texas T style alternator kit will work well. I have basically the same thing as I run 6V head lamps, tail/brake lights, and ahooga horn. 1 wire alternator does a good job and since I painted it black it doesn't jump out and slap you when the hood is up.
Rick - one other thought: are you asking because you're getting tired of cranking her? Might just be time for a little TLC on the engine/ignition.
If you've really got everything right then you should be able to choke it with a quarter turn, then turn it on battery and slowly pull up a quarter turn and the engine just spring to life once you get her up to just past TDC.
A well tuned engine starts easier by hand than with a starter. I start my with my foot more than by hand, it it easier on the back and if you do it real slow, it gets people's attention.
Thank you very much. I`ll let my friend know. I new you all would know what to do. Thank you!!!!