Engine, ignition, fuel, cooling, exhaust
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Does anybody know of a supplier of the pcv hose from the pcv valve to the carb base? It is a molded hose that is different sized on each end. Has anyone used 5/8 push lock hose with a 90 degree elbo at the pcv?
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You can get them from Dennis Carpenter.
They also show up from time to time on ebay. In fact, there's some guy that's been trying to sell one for months, and all he's asking is $95 (or best offer): http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayI ... MEWAX%3AIT
Most of the time they go for about $20-$30 on ebay.
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Why is it that there's seldom time to fix it right the first time, but there's always time to fix it right the second time???That's not an oil leak That's SWEAT from all that HORSEPOWER!!
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Why not switch out the PCV to a 90 degree setup and use a common straight hose?
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