Got these done before Christmas but not mailed. Back in the shop after the Holiday break, lined 'em up and took a couple pictures of them.
Mighty purdy, Stan. Great work, as always.
Looks good !
AWESOME U&J REUNION PHOTO!!
I started a Accessory Model T Carburetor thread over on the Modeltfordfix.com site. There is a very comprehensive post on the U&J carburetor. Here's the link.
It's always nice to see your work.
Thanks for sharing the pictures.
Where do the manifolds come from ... reproduction or original? I have an offset one that is not drilled for the carburetor. I assume it's for engines with generators.
The manifolds came with the carburetor along with a heat stove and choke control. Check out my post on the modeltfordfix Forum at the link I posted above.
Hmm ... I meant the ones that Stan has illustrated in his post. So, those are original. So what about the offset manifold I mentioned. Did the U&J ever come with one to allow room for the generator?
The U&J is on page 3 of above link, but the rest of the carbs are cool to look at and read about.
The offset manifolds were available for the generator cars, I have two of them and one center connection.
The late 26/27 U & J's are hard to find. They have some differences with the earlier carbs.
As Rick said, the later manifolds have a setback for use with the generator.
To see a bunch more accessory carbs for T's, you can go to: http://strombergof.com/Other_Carburetors.php
This is not the biggest collection of accessory carbs in the US but it is pretty close. Russ Potter has the biggest one, Bill Glass has quite a few. Nobody has them all, I have several Russ does not have, I'm sure he has many I don't have and Bill probably does too. I have quite a few I bought since I made did this compilation of my collection, tho.