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One-Piece Round Top Model T Windshield Frame, 39 Inches Wide

Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Overall Height:
20.00
Overall Width:
39.00
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
.90
Finish:
Chrome
Garage Sale:
No
Channel Depth:
.24
Channel Width:
.33
One-Piece Round Top Model T Windshield Frame, 39 Inches Wide

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What's in the Box

Mr. Roadster is the nation's largest builder and supplier of superior windshield frames. Fits most 'T' bucket bodies. No hinges or rubber divider required. Easy installation. All parts are triple chrome plated. 20" tall. Designed for short style posts (916-56231 or 916-56232).
  • Glass and windshield rubber not included 
  • If using 3/16" glass or lexan, use with brass setting channel. 
  • If using 1/4" glass or lexan, use urethane or setting tape (available from a glass shop) and do not use brass setting channel.

Note: Speedway's 1923-25 Model T bodies use a 39-5/8" wide windshield frame when using short posts.

Item Details

39" Wide

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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JD
Verified Purchaser
peoria, az
Product Rating

windshield frame

July 29, 2012
Frame was great Just ordered to small for my use.
Pros:
  • Attractive Design
Yes, I recommend this product.
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sayby
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owner

August 10, 2014
perfect fit looks great it was nice because it has the slides in the frame you just have to drill the holes for what ever supports you have tall or shorts You will love it. Thanks!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 4 answers

1 answers

Will this frame work with the laid back windshield brackets?

June 30, 2011

Will this frame work with the laid back windshield brackets?

Answers

July 01, 2011
John
These 20” windshield frames are normally used with the straight short posts. If we use the angled back posts it will put the top of the frame back substantially for entry and exit from the T bucket and also proximity of the occupants when seated. This would be a personal preference and application decision as far as using the angled posts.
1 answers

how do you attach support rods to the frame

December 30, 2011

how do you attach support rods to the frame

Answers

January 02, 2012
John
You will need another aluminum slug per side to slide up into the frame. Then simply drill and tap the frame and the aluminum slug at the desired location and bolt in place. The short slugs are part number 555003 and are 3.5” long and the longer slugs are number 555004 and in 9” length.
2 answers

do you need support rods with the 1 pcs windshield

tulsa, OK
November 26, 2011

do you need support rods with the 1 pcs windshield

Answers

August 11, 2014
sayby
just used the side supports
November 29, 2011
John
Part # 55522322 If using a 20” tall windshield and doing considerable highway speed driving we recommend the support rods for additional support and help eliminates strain on the lower posts and fiberglass cowl area.
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