Thanks fellas! Pulled her out and drove her. Aside from not being able to climb the driveway because of a loose band all was good. Something to be said about being able to adjust a tranny on a hill in five minutes.
Great job Wes!
Sounds like a good start!
Nice! My goal is to get the T Speedster up and running in the few couple months, and will be happy this season to drive her around the neighborhood. We are in a sleepy, level part of town, perfect to teaching one's self to drive a "T".
Sounds like a good goal Steven. I'm also trying to get my speedster ready for some summer touring. I'm hoping to have the new seats on by May but I'm becoming a little concerned with my upholsterer's enthusiasm for the task. I keep bringing him money and I'm very close to our agreed upon cost but I haven't seen any progress yet. I really didn't become concerned until a few days ago (Monday) when I figured I'd find him in the shop I instead woke him from his nap. He was tired from putting a hardwood floor in one of the bedrooms in his house.
Are you coming to Nebraska?
Any pictures Wes?
Henry was thinking when he provided the low speed adjustment on the outside of the transmission!
We can only imagine how many people over the years have did what you did when Model T's were in their heyday.