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Doug Siperly    Posted 12-02-2018 at 22:09:14 [URL] [DELETE]        [Reply] [Email]  
  • Generator and starter brush question
  • I have some brushes I am trying to ID. They all have Ford script on the but not the usual part numbers. numbers are like 212, f-18, mp-35, e-9 f-14,I could not find anything in any books I have. does anybody do where to look these numbers up? Thanks as always Doug

    Tim Daley(MI)    Posted 12-10-2018 at 14:13:30 [URL] [DELETE]        [Reply] [No Email]  
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  • I can't answer that either Doug. I have several NOS brushes, all with the FORD script logo.

    9N-10069-A; Brush/Wire/Tab Ass'y -used on the 9N-A generator, 2 rqd. MP35 marked.

    9N-10069-B; Brush/Wire/Tab Ass'y -used on the 9N-B generator, 3 rqd. MP35 marked.

    40-10043; Brush Kit. Contains 2, 40-10069 wafers and 1, 40-10070 wafer.

    40-10069; Brush, used on the 9N-C and 2N generators, fixed. MP35 marked.

    40-10070; Brush wafer, used on 9N-C and 2N gens, 3rd Brush, adjustable. E9 marked.

    When the 8N-10000-B generator was released, it was now a larger barrel and armature and output at 20 amps. It used 2 new brushes, 01A-10069 and brush holders, 01A-10051.

    I also have an empty OEM Ford package marked FAA-10069-A.


    Note at least 3 different brushes have "MP35" on them. Thus, can't be mfg part numbers. The 9N-A and 9N-B generators used different brushes, yet both marked MP35. I'll delve deeper with the Model A guys and the early V8 Guys and get back. Ill try and post pictures of what I have soon too.

    Tim Daley(MI)

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