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Re: Steering Sector repair

Gary, Sounds good. I look for them Michael
michael bernard
Jun 28
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Re: Steering Sector repair

I’ll take some pictures and send them. Gary From: maxwellbriscoeowners@yahoogroups.com [mailto:maxwellbriscoeowners@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Saturday, June 27,
    Gary Gates
    Jun 28
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    Re: Steerin Sector repair

    Can you get a photo of the gears your speaking of. Would like to see them.  Michael BCanfield,Ohio Sent from my LG G3, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone ...  
    modeltmichael@...
    Jun 27
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    2197

    Re: Steerin Sector repair

    Thank you for the good response! I have some places to check now! One other thought was that if anyone has a 1920's interchange parts book, it might show the
    freeport51
    Jun 27
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    2196

    Re: Steerin Sector repair

    A guy up in Ohio or Michigan named Mel Draper has cast some stuff for myself and others. If you need his number ask.
    mascotte1912
    Jun 26
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    2195

    Re: Steerin Sector repair

    I have used the Cattail Foundry which is near Lancaster, PA. They are quite reasonable and do a good job casting iron, aluminum and brass; run by an Amish
    mortierusa
    Jun 26
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    2194

    Re: Steerin Sector repair

    Would contact Rempco in Cadillac Michigan. He just made my dad a bevel gear for our 1909 Brush.  Michael BernardCanfield,OhioSent from my LG G3, an AT&T 4G
    modeltmichael@...
    Jun 26
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    2193

    Re: Steerin Sector repair

    Does any one have experience with a small foundry that would consider recasting gears that could be machined as replacements.
    freeport51
    Jun 26
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    2192

    Steerin Sector repair

    I am looking for a source for steering sector parts for my 1917 Maxwell Truck. The worm and worm wheel are both badly worn. (Maxwell # 's worm B1739 and Worm
    freeport51
    Jun 24
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    2191

    Re: Does anyone know anything about my Maxwell

    Hi my name is Jonathan Davis and Iive in Frome, Somerset, United Kingdom, do you have any information on this actual vehicle in your registry? Thanks for the
    tynemead
    Jun 20
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    2190

    Re: Does anyone know anything about my Maxwell

    Hello: Having just restored a Model Q, I guess I qualify as knowing something about that Model. I keep the Maxwell Registry, and I do have a lot of material
    Doris and Vern Campbell
    Jun 20
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    2189

    Re: Does anyone know anything about my Maxwell

    Very interesting but please include name and location with all posts. Jim Dix Big Flats, NY Somewhere west of Pluto From:
    James F. Dix
    Jun 20
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    2188

    Re: Does anyone know anything about my Maxwell

    I believe that the Model Q is the smallest of the 4 cyl. Maxwell offerings. They are listed in1911 as having 22 hp. It incorporated a 3 speed progressive
    ROBER RICEWASSER
    Jun 19
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    Does anyone know anything about my Maxwell

    Hi I have recently purchased a 1909 Touring Model Q (I Think) in red, I think it was painted or restored in Ohio as it has a very small sticker on the rear.
    Jonathnan Davis
    Jun 19
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    Re: Maxwell Home from Hurricane Irene

    Rev., Tail lights are dear ($$$) but Merle had a couple when I was looking. I believe they were repops but very nice. You might try him. Vintique (?) made some
    James F. Dix
    Jun 5
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