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1915-25 Model T Laid Back Short Windshield Posts

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Specs
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Finish:
Polished
Thread Pitch:
1/4"-20
Angle:
30 degree
Garage Sale:
No
1915-25 Model T Laid Back Short Windshield Posts

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.

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What's in the Box

These short style Model T windshield posts are laid back 30° for a more racy look. They are made of Stainless Steel and include mounting bosses on back side to permit a smooth, clean installation. Fits our 1923-25 T-bucket bodies but can be used on others with a little fitting.

Notes

  1. Due to the wide variation in T bodies, grinding and fitting on the body and/or the posts may be required for mounting.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewers.
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jab64
Verified Purchaser
Ingram, TX, USA

laid back windshield posta

October 23, 2014
very nice product the shine is really good and looks good with the 14 inch windshield frame
Pros:
  • Look Great
Cons:
  • not to easy to install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 3 answers

1 answers

What threads are used in the mounting bosses, looks like metric?

Indycars
January 27, 2015

What threads are used in the mounting bosses, looks like metric?

Answers

January 30, 2015
Tech
These have 1/4"-20 SAE threads
1 answers

how are the post mounted to the bucket ? what hardware if any comes with it

James Haynie
Vienna, oH
January 05, 2011

how are the post mounted to the bucket ? what hardware if any comes with it

Answers

January 06, 2011
Ken
There are threaded bosses cast onto the backside of the Windshield Posts. By making a paper template of the layout of the backside of the post you can transfer that to your cowl and make correspondingly shaped holes in it. This will allow you to set the posts in place and thread bolts in from the backside to secure the posts in place. Doing it like this gives you a perfect opportunity to fabricate a reinforcing structure to place within the cowl and tie the windshield posts directly to the firewall and the cars’ chassis. This will go a long way in supporting the windshield, keeping the dash area shake-free and allow for a substantial support for the steering column. Please consider these items for your next purchase and let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.
1 answers

Will these windshield posts fit an existing 1923 T bucket body from Total Performance? The holes have already been drilled in the body. Also, why are the mounting holes not visible in the picture for this product?

AndyM
Ashland, MA
April 24, 2011

Will these windshield posts fit an existing 1923 T bucket body from Total Performance? The holes have already been drilled in the body. Also, why are the mounting holes not visible in the picture for this product?

Answers

April 28, 2011
Tech Support
These posts will not directly fit the Total body without some body work. They are made to fit a Speedway body, and that is why you see no bolt holes in them. We use a hidden bolt boss that bolts in from the inside of the body.
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