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  • 1928 Solid Front Motor Mount

    Here are a couple pictures showing my 1928 solid front motor mount.
    Notice the pulley shown is an aftermarket stamped steel pulley, and not an original cast iron 3 spoke pulley.

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  • #2
    Do your hands get a little numb after about a half hour continuous driving?


    • #3
      Originally posted by Dennis View Post
      Do your hands get a little numb after about a half hour continuous driving?
      No, it feels the same as the spring mount Model A's.


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