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1926-1927 Model T Windshield Posts, 4 Inch Chopped, Chrome
1926-1927 Model T Windshield Posts, 4 Inch Chopped, Chrome

1926-1927 Model T Windshield Posts, 4 Inch Chopped, Chrome

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1926-1927 Model T Windshield Posts, 4 Inch Chopped, Chrome
1926-1927 Model T Windshield Posts, 4 Inch Chopped, Chrome
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Material Type:
Brass
Finish:
Chrome
Overall Length:
22.50"
MFG. Part #:
91656271
Thread Pitch:
5/16"-18
Hardware Included:
Yes
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Notes:
From the bottom of the post to the hole is 20.25"

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These 1926-27 Ford Model T 4" chopped 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".

Item Details

4" Chopped

Notes

  • 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.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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