I've never seen this before.
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Model-T-Distributor-Kit-Direct-Drive-6-Volt-1909-1927-/11 1955054284?fits=Make%3AFord%7CModel%3AModel+T&hash=item1a110a8ecc:g:5CcAAOSwJQdW ~pm4&vxp=mtr
I think this is the product. They have been selling them for a long time. I have no experience with them.
I installed one once for a fella a while back. As I recall, I had to file a "flat" onto the camshaft for the rotor to engage into. But, that was over a week ago, so my memory is suspect. I was rather surprised when it worked. I assume that it is still working.
Fitted one up a couple of years ago for a fellow club member, as Tom said had to grind a flat spot on the cam shaft for the rotor button and it was on a RH drive as well, no problems that I can remember and I'm assuming it's still running on it.
If one can be found, I reckon a E timer would be better, less work to fit and still looks original.
Thanks for the info. As I said I had not seen it before so just curious
I wonder if it uses a Ford 9N tractor cap and rotor? Perhaps the points and condenser too?
I have one fitted to one of my cars. It works perfectly and has done for 12 years now.
John Stoltz at Model T ranch makes them along side may other great products.
Should anyone be looking for a disturber for their T, I'd recommend one, most definitely. You can buy either 6V or 12V.
I've just re-read the thread and noticed the distributor is advertised on eBay through Macs.
I'd much prefer dealing direct with John Stoltz, the guy that makes them. http://modeltranch.com/show_product.asp?idProduct=4
I know HE CAN be trusted and he's good to deal with.
Sorry about the photo being on its side. In my file its upright, but I cant correct it here. WX?
Hey Les I'm sure the cap and rotor are Honda accord not sure about points and condenser
Alot cheaper if you deal with Stolz directly. I have one and am installing it soon