I'm wondering about the original method of safetying the nuts on the driveshaft pinion housing. These nuts are on studs.
I understand the reason for using safety wire on studs (just like on the attachment of the front wishbone to the engine pan). So safety wire makes the most sense.
But I'm not asking "what makes sense ?" or "what did you do ?". I'm asking "what Ford do ?".
Same way I do similar bolts on Model A, wire.
A picture on page 579 of the book "Model T Ford, the Car That Changed the World" shows wire being used in that location.
They need to be wired, not cotter pinned, since they're studs. I don't know what Ford did, but I wire them in pairs. It's easy that way.
If you understand the need to use safety wire on studs, then why did you post is message?
I asked the question because I wanted to know how Ford did it. Originality, ya know ?