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  1. Please can anyone help me with a recomendation for the correct oil to use in my 1917 Roadster rear axle and Gearbox (all one Stutz unit) I am currently using a UK Oil grade called AG 140, this is a stright grade oil with no aditives, I am using a 140 grade thinking a think oil might be good to prevent wear but wondering what might have been recommended when new and what others use please?
  2. **NOTE** from an eBay correspondent: Hello; your bumper is one of several dozen+ brands of aftermarket accessory "fits all" bumpers that were made during early 1920's before auto makers decided to make cars with bumpers. I have a few acc. bumper catalogs, several different bumpers now & have had ALOT of bumpers in last 49 years of old car parts swaping and I have Never heard of a Eaton Cox so I think it is very odd and someone who needs it will be happy. I have several 1921-34 Lincolns & full set of orig. illustrated parts books & I can say for 100% sure it is not Lincoln _I hope this helps _Thanks. Good afternoon, friends - Can you assist me in identifying the vehicle and function of this bumper? Marked: "Eaton Bumpers, formerly Cox Bumpers/The Eaton Axle & Spring Co. Cleveland U.S.A./Covered by US Patents" Eaton Axle & Spring Co. (Cleveland, Ohio axle manufacturer) purchased Cox (Albany, NY bumper manufacturer) in 1923 - name changed to Eaton Manufacturing Co in 1932 - so we know the time range of this item, 1923 to 1932. Doesn't look like any Ford bumpers of the period that we can see - a truck, perhaps? A spring? I see patents from Cox for "Spring buffers" by Cox.. but just don't see where a device of this kind fits on the vehicle. Spring buffer or bumper; United States Patent 1470960 - (some kind of leaf spring; ) and Automobile Buffer 1,521,757 - (the classic Ford bumper) <O:pHere's a link to our online photos with a number of pictures of the item, and an excellent magnifier: </O:phttps://picasaweb.google.com/mastertonh18/19231932AutomobileBumper?authuser=0&feat=directlink</O:p> <O:p</O:p Thank you! Heather Masterton Asheville, NC
  3. I recently purchased a piece of property with a barn. The previous owner had a 1930 Ford Model A Coupe. I discovered numerous KRW tools in the barn and I am looking to sell these items. See photo. Item: 170621098797 Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, Sean
  4. I am new here. But have a 1916/1917 Reo Roadster that my great-grandfather purchased new. She has never "not run" but at the moment is apart and it turns out the rear axle has major issues. Minimally need the 1. 12 tooth pinion gear 2. right axle tube assembly with backing plate Preferable would be the complete rear axle with pinion. Any information or recommendations welcome. I will follow up contacts - then have the mechanic working on the car for me discuss specifics. Joanne islesannie@yahoo.com please put 17 Reo in the subject if you contact me
  5. Hello, I need to order bearings for my 72 Boattail rear axle. Suppliers are asking me if I have 9,375" or 8,5". Any help how to ID ? One thing I know, it is NOT posi (unfortunately...) Thanks
  6. OK i have a quick question for all of you. I've been looking around and haven't really found what i need. A couple years ago i was driving my car around a turn and then i heard something break. the car wouldn't go into gear. it won't even go into park. The drive line still spins underneath but the car won't move park or anything. the engine just revs up. i was talking with my dad and he said it could be my axle or the part that connects to the axle. I'm currently out of state right now so i haven't had time to take it all apart. but if it is the axle or drive line what you would do in this situation? plz all advice is gladly taken into consideration. i really would like it to be a pull and replace.