I will try this again, Russ has said that stewart speedometer starting with D through K use the same internal parts. My question is are there any later stewart speedometer,s that use the same parts. We have a complete spare speedometer setup,drive, mounts, cable spare links and a speedometer that has a bad gear. Is there a speedometer guy out there? Our stewart speedometer is original and is still working good after 102 years
Russ is the best one to talk to. Suggest you call him for specifics.
I have a parts only Stew 26 C or D. What gear do you need?
I have a Stewart Master speedometer. It came with a whole bunch of speedometer parts and a Sun drive/tester. It looks later than T times, has a dome like lens and is brass. Any ideas. PK
Who is Russ? I also need some parts for a Stewart speadometer, reducer gear assembly and a cable assembly that leads to the speadometer unit inside
John Russ Furstnow WE have the book on speedometers he wrote and he is on the this forum.
See this thread for info on Russ:
If you have questions or need some specific speedometer parts, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can determine your needs.
Is there an exploded view of the model 26 stewart speedometer for 1912 I can't find anything not even advertising.
I have quite a bit of speedometer literature, and I have found very little on the 1912 Stewart speedometer. As far as a cut-away view or exploded view, I've never seen anything.
FYI, the 1912-1918 Stewart Model 26 is, conservatively, the most difficult and fragile of all the Stewart speedometers. Be very careful if you take your apart.
Thanks Russ Yes I agree.We have a parts speedometer that was given to us,which we play with first, it was used for parts and the gear we need has already been robbed from it. I would send it to get fixed but I don't trust the carriers. Thanks Colin