Just wondering this. If I ever say, get a T stuck in a muddy logging trail/back road, where should someone hitch up a chain to pull me out? I've heard the front axle is a weak spot, so should hooking a chain up to it be avoided?
If you don't have a radiator apron you can simply wrap the strap around the front crossmember.
You need to keep in mind how the Model T is setup. The rear axle pushes on the transmission / engine; which pushes on the upper part of the front axle; with the wishbone pushing on the lower part of the front axle. If you pull on the axle directly you risk pulling the wishbone out of its socket on the engine pan.
I would think the best thing would be to wrap a tow strap around a frame cross member, then the actual towing strap/rope to it, centered on the cross member strap, then pull gently. And I do mean gently.
If you can't hook it around the frame, try the front spring between the crossmember and the perch.