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Old 09-12-2019, 11:21 PM   #1
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New here, I have a 27 TT. been stalking for a while trying to grasp as much info as possible. I am trying to get the rear drum and rim (spoke) off the drivers side with no luck, passenger side is off. I noticed there is a keywqy in the hub. Is there an easy way to remove the stubborn one? I have backed off the brake and appears separated from the drum. Somewhere I saw there was a tool (puller)that screwed in and basically brought it out. Here's a pic of the truck. It was restored in the mid 70's in California and was used for banjo pickers in the back. Then it made it to southern Nevada and probably sat for 20 years. Still in good shape for an old truck. I can't wait to show the guy I bought it from. I have the before pics now and within the week will show the progress. I am trying to take it to a car show on the 21st. Looks like I have to research how to find the URL of my images.
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You will need a hub puller that will fit the TT hubs. If the passenger side came off easy, it was not on tight enough. Put an ad here and on the Model T Ford Club of America site. Before you jump on one, make sure it is the right size, the car ones are smaller and there were lots of different sizes/thread pitch for other makes.
https://www.modeltford.com/item/2800WPTT.aspx
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Thanks for the info. I had to go to another place to get the puller and it was his last one. The business that I bought it from was very helpful and lots of good info. I just have figure out how to post photos. I have no clue of the url of my images
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If you are on a home computer for example; just copy from your photo file. Click "Go Advance" below.
Then "Manage Attachments"
Then after you have browsed and added photos, click up-load
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Old 09-15-2019, 02:03 AM   #6
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trying to upload a pic100_1274.jpg

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Old 09-15-2019, 02:31 AM   #7
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more pics These pics are after I cleaned it up on the inside. I let it sit for 14 months and then started to begin going through it. I have more pics. redmodelt thanks for the help. Was trying to upload like the other sites and that was not working for me.
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Sweet! Like the turn signal. That mud flap isn't going anywhere, no flapping as we roar down the hi-way! LOL Interesting way to mount the spare tire(s).
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Old 09-15-2019, 05:32 PM   #9
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I think they call the signal a semaphore?
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Old 09-16-2019, 03:25 PM   #10
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more pics These pics are after I cleaned it up on the inside. I let it sit for 14 months and then started to begin going through it. I have more pics. redmodelt thanks for the help. Was trying to upload like the other sites and that was not working for me.
WOW, very nice Truck. I wish I had that, and you had a better one!!!!!!!

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Old 09-16-2019, 10:37 PM   #11
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Well I'm glad you like the way it used to look because by the end of the week your are really going to like the changes.
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I added more pics of the before in my albums. Dusty and dirty sitting a long time in the desert.
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