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Step 6: Clean the mounting brackets with steel wool.

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Nov 25, Above, the top view of the beefy TT steering bracket used from – model years. Above, we start removing the worn out bracket by removing the cotter pin and the nut from the spark rod lever.

Then we drill out the rivet attaching the lever to the spark rod using a. Model T Ford Fix. Your source for Model T technical data, history, and fun! Board index. Discussion Forum. Replacing the TB steering bracket bushings. This is the place to share what you did with your Model T today, or any day. Good read, being I have to do this soon myself. But are you hitting on the tap itself to remove the bushing. Sep 22, Once the nut has been removed, use a ball-peen hammer to hit the end of the bolt through the mount.

Pull the bolt from the bushing and mount once it is loose. Once the bolt has been removed, pull the steering rack free from the bushing/mount and let it hang until you remove the other mounts and bushings.5/5(7). Power Steering Kit: That's right!! Power steering for the Model T Ford. Sound silly? Henry didn't think so. He's the one who came up with the idea. Henry knew the standard steering ratio of (as used from ''25) left a lot to be desired and was flat-out dangerous.

InHenry introduced the steering ratio. Aug 21, Look at each radius rod from the side and from the top. They should be as straight as possible. If one or both of yours are bent, they can be removed and easily straightened on a shop press. If you don't have a press, they can be straightened on the tractor with a jack, scrap lumber, and a piece of heavy chain.

Apr 18, I needed to use a 1/2 deep socket to remove the nylock nuts, part 64 below. I did not need to jack up the car or anything, just laid on my back and reached up under to remove the two nuts on each side.

Different thickness shims allow for correction of production tolerances and wear compensation.

I did one side at a time, to make sure the rack didn’t move. A screwdriver was sufficient to push the old rubber mount out.