Are the right and left side spindle arms the same part for both sides on a 1914 Model T. Are the part numbers the same
The right side has a hole for speedo mount. If you need them I have a set you can have.
I believe the correct spindle arm on the passenger side has a hole in it for the speedometer mount even though most cars were shipped without speedometers in 1914. The parts catalog I have which is effective June 1, 1916 shows the spindle arm for the drivers side as 2696 and the passenger side as 2696B and lists the same part numbers for 1911-1916. The picture of 2696B shows the spindle arm with the hole. I guess that really doesn't answer your question directly as it may be that 2696 can be sued on either side but both my '14s have the spindle arm with the hole on the passenger side.
dont have the spindles any more :-( gary wheeler snapped them up off the classifieds.
Thanks for the replies
I now have both spindle arms for my project. I did learn that the 26-27 spindle arms are different than the earlier arms.
One of the arms is slightly larger than the hole to insert. I suppose the best method is a lot of sanding of the arm with emery paper. Is there a better way.?