If I were to cast the early brake pawl, would there be any interest?
I'm assuming you intend on cast steel, versus cast iron?
I thought its already being made?
Maybe it's the forged early version of the clutch cam on the hand brake cross shaft that was used from 1909 (after #750) up through 1914?
Chaffins has them as well- just replaced the one on my '14. They are a well made steel investment casting and are heat treated for long life. Make sure to order the stepped rivet at the same time.
I was told that Lang's was no longer offering them. Yes they would be cast steel like the one pictured in the Lang's catalog.
I tried ordering one from Chaffin's and was told they were out of stock and they didn't know when they would get them in. I had one on back order for over a year. If nobody is interested that is fine. I am just thinking that, if I go to the expense of having a mold made, would there be any interest.
It might be less expensive and quicker to make them on an NC machine rather than casting them.
That.is also a possibility.