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Chrome Model A Tail Light Bracket, Left
Chrome Model A Tail Light Bracket, Left

Chrome Model A Tail Light Bracket, Left

28-31 Ford Model A

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Chrome Model A Tail Light Bracket, Left
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Chrome plated stamped steel Model A tail light bracket only (taillight is not included). Left side bracket will mount license plate bracket.

Notes

  • Mount point to mount point is 5-3/8"
  • The flange to which the taillight attaches is 2.375" round, with the taillight bolt holes (2 of them, ¼" diameter), horizontal, 1.75" apart
  • The flanges for the taillight and the fender are not parallel, but are the closest at 4.5"
  • The fender flange is triangle-shaped, 3.625" wide by 2.75" tall
  • The 3-bolt pattern of the fender flange is 2.25" by 2.25" by 2.875" (1/4" square holes)
  • Three holes are drilled to mount this bracket to your Model A fender:
    • The bottom two holes are 3-7/8" center to center
    • The top hole is 3-3/8" center to center with each bottom hole
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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