Attached are pictures of my 1910 Tourabout. I installed the Kingston 5 ball carburetor, 2 piece timer with a brush and seal. I had a heck of a time making the timing rod.
Rod, FYI, you can attach more than two pictures at a time to a post. When you do a preview, the extra pictures may just show up as symbols, but they will show up fine when you do the final post.
The timer rod for that setup should have a small ball type swivel at the end that connects to the steering column timer rod arm The end of the timer rod should should essentially just point to the arm and have a 32 TP threaded end which threaded into one half of the swivel while the stationary ball end was held to the steering column rod with a nut on the end of the ball part.
John, Do you have a picture? I searched the internet for a picture and could find nothing. It is working perfectly, but there is always room for improvement.
Ernie Brown used to make the swivel end, he is with Henry Ford in heaven. Contact Kim Dobbins to see if he has any extras.
My original is in a box somewhere. Still can't upload pictures. The websites that forum members think are good for resizing photos want to install a toolbar and run a security scan.
Gary post your pic on the other forum,click-click-done. no matter what size.thats what i do.charley
I don't have a picture of the rod although my 1911 Touring car has the rod on it. Unfortunately it is not where I can take a picture of it for you at this time. Sorry
Rod, here is a picture of the timer on my 1910. Also the ball and socket end. The rod enters timer from the front.
thanks I needed that too.