RESTORING HISTORY ONE CAR AT A TIME

1930

Installing Bushings

A small line is marked in one end of each of the above bushings. (See Fig. 1025.) When installing always insert the marked end of the bushing into the opening, then press the bushing in place.

PEDAL BUSHINGS LENGTHENED

The length of the A-7508-B pedal bushings have been changed from 15/16 to 1” This increase in length eliminates the lubrication space between the bushings after they are assembled in the pedal. When replacing 15/16” bushings with the 1” long bushings in pedals having lubricator fittings assembled it will be necessary for dealers to drill …

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A-16025-AR FENDER IRON CHANGED FROM A STAMPING TO A FORGING

Front fender iron A-16025-AR has been made stronger by changing it from a stamping to a drop forged design. When replacing a stamped design fender iron with the present drop forged type, use bolts A-20969 for bolting to frame and A-20906-Sl for bolting to headlamp support.

Hood Clip

When installing a hood clip assembly A-16750-B be sure to install it with the face of the hood clip bracket towards the hood. (See Fig. 1027)

Interchangeable Lock Cylinders

A change has been made in the lock cylinders in the ignition and handle locks used with Tudor, A-panel, AA-panel and DeLuxe De- livery. Interchangeable lock cylinders are also used in the locks in the new Victoria Coupe and Special Delivery. Cars and trucks equipped with interchange- able lock cylinders use but one key. That …

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CHANGES IN STEERING GEAR PARTS

Sometime ago, prior to the steering worm change mentioned in the August Bulletin, a change was made in the steering gear worm bearing. The bearing was changed from a cylindrical 9 roller to a tapered 13 roller bearing. To correspond with the tapered bearing, it was necessary to change the angle of the worm at …

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TRUCK FRONT CROSS MEMBER SUPPORT

A support somewhat similar to that used in present design No. 1 truck front cross members has been added to 1928-29 truck front cross members sold through service. This support is riveted in place. (See Fig. 1042.) For 1928-29 trucks in service that are subjected to unusually severe service, a No. 1 cross member reinforcement …

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