Would anyone be able to take pictures and measurements of the crossmember used to put a Warford in a TT so I could build one thanks
I have this drawing that shows dimensions but hard to read.
I found some more information.
Do you know if this crossmember would work for the current Layne Warford? Also in the drawing above on the left side there is a radius arrow leading back to 3/16 triangle over 1/8 11/6. What does this stand for in plain English?
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
The new Warford is not designed for a support crossmember. The old cast iron units require them because they are not bolted right up to to T engine, they have a u-joint in between.
That is mark for 'radius' of the curve.
Thanks for the quick response Erik and Dan.
Have a great day,
The drawing are missing the hole for the shift rail for direct under drive.
Attached is a drawing of the Warford bracket. It clarifies the "missing hole for the shift rail for under drive" that Mark mentions.
The X dimension relates to whether you want to make it for a TT or a T. For the TT it is 22.5", for the T it is longer depending on how you mount the bracket under the frame.
I need to get this drawing cleaned up and printed.
Regarding your question in the 03:01 post, the symbols denote the type of welding required. For a plain English explanation of common welding callouts, see the link below:
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Thanks everyone and thanks Herb I for sending me the sketch
There is a support that can be used with the New Warford. I personally think it is a good idea to support the back of the Warford. http://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/warford-transmission-support