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Old 07-17-2016, 04:09 PM   #1
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Default Window regulator question

I have several 3 mounting screw window regulators I have acquired over the past years and never knew what they were used on, shown in the picture below. Most of the window regulators I have, have a solid arc part with 3 quarter size holes in them. This style regulator only has a thin arc strip with the teeth on it. Maybe it is a later regulator used for 30/31 cars, but I don't know, as I am a 28/29 person. I assume they are interchangeable on most Ford produced passenger closed cars (I know Briggs and Murray regulators are different). If anyone knows what this style is used on, please post a response.
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Old 07-17-2016, 04:30 PM   #2
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One of the regulators used on my 30 Tudor looks exactly like your picture. Dennis
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yes them window regulators are use in Model A`s mostly 28-29 tudor - coupe. I always thought they were a carry over from the Model T, as you will notice to they have more teeth so it is a lower gear ratio. they have them with the pin type or split shaft for the handle. and they are a real pain to rebuild.
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