I found a few more parts that Im unsure of. There are two different radius rod socket castings for the crankcase. They are both for three dip pans. Does anyone know what years the four rivet style and two rivet style fits.?? Then there are three different clevis. The first two are "rolled steel, and the third is a casting or forging. I have two different lengths of the "rolled steel" version. are there different clevis for the brakes and the low speed connection. ???? and what years were forgings and "rolled steel" used. ?? The last thing appears to be a spring perch. It is like a 26-27 rear perch except for the very long bolt. I have no ideas about it ... Any help will be appreciated ...
I would think the rolled steel ones are later brake or clutch clevis's. The third one is an earlier clutch or brake clevis.
05-08-19 [May 8, 1919] T809B—Front radius rod ball socket. Increased number of rivet holes from 2 to 4.
It normally would take a little time for the new design to be implemented. But that is the time frame it was requested to be changed.
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Thanks for the info. The two "rolled" clevis are so close to the same length, I thought they may be from different manufactures, or Ford made them shorter to save a little money, or the Ford dealer in Eldorado Arkansas that all this NOS parts are from, was using "spurious, counterfeit parts" as Henry called them ... 95% of the NOS parts are marked with "Ford" script, but there are some that are not marked... so the dealer may have been "cheating a little bit"
Donnie -- Most of the small parts were not marked with script until about 1919.
The 2 hole socket is for 3 dip pans.
The 4 hole socket is for the 4 dip pans, except the 26-27's that are different again.
The clevis that is marked 802 is the factory number, part number, 3467.
Those kind of clevis are all early.
The rolled ones are all late.
No, the late ones were not all Uniform.