RESTORING HISTORY ONE CAR AT A TIME

Speedometer

CHANGE IN SPEEDOMETER PART

Several changes have been made in speedometer parts used in the truck. The thread pilot diameter of the AA-17269 speedometer driven gear bearing has been changed from 5/8“ to 3⁄4″ to fit the new square end speedometer shaft and the casing assemblies. While the new bearing is 1⁄8”larger in diameter than the old bearing, these …

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CHANGE IN SPEEDOMETER GEARS

Due to the difference in the size of the tires used on the 1930 cars, it was necessary to change the speedometer pinion or driven gear by adding an additional tooth to the gear. For example the standard ratio driven gear now has 19 teeth instead of 18 teeth (see Fig. 835). The new pinion …

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SPEEDOMETER DRIVING GEAR INFORMATION

To assist dealers and stockmen in identifying the various speedometer gears used in Model “A” and “AA” cars and trucks, we are listing the following information: A-17285 Speedometer driving gear (Service). Used on Model “A” chassis with axle gears of 9 tooth pinion and 34 tooth driving gear, 10 tooth pinion and 37 tooth driving …

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Changing A Speedometer

When changing a speedometer or speedometer cable time will be saved by removing the distributor from the cylinder head. This permits pulling the instrument panel back sufficiently far to allow easy access to speedometer or cable.

Speedometer

After the expiration of the guarantee period, the speedometers requiring repairs are to be removed by the dealer and forwarded to the nearest authorized Stewart-Warner service station. Owners should not be referred to the Stewart-Warner, nor any other, speedometer service station as this service work is to be performed by the Ford dealer.

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