LCP0106-S-32, Spark Advance Lever
This is an updated version of the original with #8-32 threads cast in, the original had #8-24 threads which are very difficult to find screws for. The advantage of using a #8-32 hex socket setscrew is that you can reach in with an allen wrench to tighten a loose lever without disassembling the horn.
See LCP0106-S-24 & LCP0106-S-00 for alternative Threads.
Fits: Confirmed on 1928 Marmon Model 78
First: Buy this in plastic and confirm that it fits your application.
Then: paint it or choose from a variety of metals or precision plastics.
Choice of material: I can help you select what materials would be best for your project.
See LCP0106-T-24 for the matching Throttle Control Lever.
LCP0106 has SIX variations to choose from.
You should order one LCP0106-S-xx and one LCP0106-T-xx
LCP0106 => groups both the Throttle and Spark Levers
-S- => -S- is the Spark Advance Lever, bottom of stack, left side.
-T- => -T- is the Throttle Control Lever, top of stack, right side.
-00 => the -00 type of each lever has a cored hole you tap yourself.
-24 => the -24 type of each lever has #8-24 threads cast in.
-32 => the -32 type of each lever has #8-32 threads cast in,
LCP0106-S-00 Spark Advance Lever with cored hole (no threads).
LCP0106-S-24 Spark Advance Lever, original #8-24 thread.
LCP0106-S-32 Spark Advance Lever, improved #8-32 thread.
LCP0106-T-00 Throttle control lever with cored hole (no threads).
LCP0106-T-24 Throttle control lever, original #8-24 thread.
LCP0106-T-32 Throttle control lever, improved #8-32 thread.
This part will be shipped directly from Shapeways and does NOT include any screws, paint, grease, or anything else that you may be expecting.
The original screws were #8-24 which were rare in 1928 and even harder to find now.
The setscrew and SHCS for #8-32 threads are available at all hardware stores,
All six designs are available in ANY material that Shapeways offers.
On some parts I have limited the material choices so it is not as confusing.
Contact me to discuss what you need.
If you need a different material I can turn on the switch to make it choice.
All of my parts are custom derivatives from the original parts that someone sends me. Usually they are broken and distorted. The parts that I offer are shaped as the first customer and I think that they should look like.
If your parts are warped, these parts may look different to you. If you want me to design a warped version for you, that is certainly an option.
I can design any oddball configuration you may want.
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