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Old 08-30-2017, 06:19 PM   #1
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Default 1936 ford 5w

does anybody know if i can buy just the gear and shaft for winsheild regulator or what it looks like so i could make one
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Old 08-30-2017, 06:32 PM   #2
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Howdy mogiley, Welcome to the FordBarn Forums! Does this help any?

https://cgfordparts.com/ufolder/ford...mber=48-701325
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Old 08-30-2017, 07:03 PM   #3
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does anybody know if i can buy just the gear and shaft for winsheild regulator or what it looks like so i could make one
I've never seen individual parts for 35/36 windshield regulaters available from our major parts suppliers, but they must have been available somewhere since there was a guy in Massachusetts who rebuilt these winders for years, but has since passed away, Maybe try Joe's Antique Auto Parts in Massachusetts. He may have parts or know of a source, possibly nos parts.
Another option would be to buy the complete repro assembly from Bob Drake, or C&G which Jeff has mentioned above. I installed one in my 35 fordor sedan four years ago. Fits and works perfectly. I bought two more on sale to use in my other cars.

Found this listed in Bob Drakes on line catalog:

https://www.bobdrake.com/FordItem.as...3-e6f324195e31
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If I may, John. What about the upper hinges? I'm not sure mine are correct. Thank you
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If I may, John. What about the upper hinges? I'm not sure mine are correct. Thank you
Tinker, are you working on a 35/36 passenger car? Not sure if anyone is making/selling repros of those upper hinges. Maybe post a picture of what you have so we can take a look.
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it's a 5w just like the first poster has.

My hinges look more like a "plate" type hinge, different then what I have on my 38 ford truck. They work okay, was just wondering if they were correct.

I'll post a picture tomorrow.
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