I have a few spindle arms free from the spindles.
Now I am wondering which go on the left and which is going on the right spindle.
The numbers on the arms are hard to read.
One is straight, the three others aren't but they are all different.
On two I could read the number.
The straight say T270A one curved one say T270B.
Andre, as far as I know the straight ones can be fitted either side. The bent ones are left and right sided, due to the bends. It is easy to get it right if you remember that the bends are there oi lift the tie rod above the front yoke. That is, the bends go upwards.
Hope this helps.
Allan from down under.
270 is a left, 282 is a right. And yes the flat early style will fit right or left.
T-270B forging number, on part, is Spindle Arm-Left (p/n 2696D) 1919-1927
T-282B forging number, on part, is Spindle Arm-Right (p/n 2696C) 1919-1927
T-270A forging number, on part, is Spindle Arm- Left or Right (p/n 2696) 1911-1919
Flat early spindle arms for the right side usually have a tapered hole bored to accept the speedometer drive gear.