I have three original tire pumps that are correct for our cars, but can't get a photo of them now. I have the Bridgeport double barrel pump that I believe was used from '09-'17. Next, I have a single barrel Bridgeport Ford script pump that I believe was used from 1918? until the early '20s. I also have the late pump with the Ford script on both sides of the base, but I'm not sure when that style was introduced. Does anyone have more information on these?
Maybe for model A?
I have found the Ford script pumps ,brass painted and unpainted.Some have one script,other,two.All "T"jacks have a T-#### on bottom of base.When they switched to Model A's that became an "A"-####.HTH
Which pumps are correct fro 26-27 model T? I have a brass one with ford script on the bottom. Tim
From what I understand from the Model A group, the single-script on top was very early 28 A even though it has a T part number on the bottom. There is also the same pump with the A number there but I've never seen one.
I can only assume the double-script one is 1922-27 as they are very common.
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I purchased a new pump hose from Langs awhile back. It works ok, but is totally limp. Are stiffer ones available?
Unrelated to originality, but one thing to consider is the height of the pumps. I used to have a double barrel Bridgeport pump that fit in my running board tool box. I traded it for a nice single barrel pump with the double Ford script that was more correct for my 1924. Unfortunately, it is too tall to fit in my running board tool box.