1926-1927 Model T Windshield Posts, 4 Inch Chopped, Brass
26-27 Model T, Brass, Natural, 22.50" Overall Length
These 1926-27 Ford Model T 4" chopped brass posts are designed for use with Mr. Roadster® chopped windshield frame. One-piece design.
From the bottom most tip to the center of the pivot hole is 20-1/4".
NOTE: These are cast in Brass and do not have a smooth finish.
- Overall length or height is 22 ½”
- Top down to center of frame mounting pivot is 2-5/16”
- Bottom up to center of frame mounting pivot is 20-3/16”
- Top down to backside of radius at cowl is 16-15/16”
- Top down to front side of radius at cowl is 17-3/16”
- There are two tapped holes on inside of base for mounting from inside of cowl.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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