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Old 09-08-2018, 05:12 PM
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I don't suppose you remember what the heater hoses come from. I have a similar evap / heater setup for my 56 Pickup.
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I don't suppose you remember what the heater hoses come from. I have a similar evap / heater setup for my 56 Pickup.
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Here ya go,...these have a 180 degree bend in one end,,,,,so theyll curl front right facing wter outlets on the Vintage Air up n back over to the left,,....I mounted the hot water mixin valve on the top left end of the Vintage Air evap bax and had about 30cm of hose past that to meet the bulkhead fittings

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Im usisng an AU XR8 Windsor motor, so the 2 heater outlets are int he V at the back of the inlet manifold...n enter the firewall just right of centre..
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Getting there! Making me feel a bit embarassed about all the work I am not getting done!

What material is that solid fuel line, steel?
Actually a steel tube yes...

Aeroflow style AN fittings on each end to Teflon lined Aeroflow type braided line,...
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Actually a steel tube yes...

Aeroflow style AN fittings on each end to Teflon lined Aeroflow type braided line,...
Thanks for that. Did you paint them black or is that some other finish?
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Here ya go,...these have a 180 degree bend in one end,,,,,so theyll curl front right facing wter outlets on the Vintage Air up n back over to the left,,....I mounted the hot water mixin valve on the top left end of the Vintage Air evap bax and had about 30cm of hose past that to meet the bulkhead fittings

Hope that helps



Im usisng an AU XR8 Windsor motor, so the 2 heater outlets are int he V at the back of the inlet manifold...n enter the firewall just right of centre..
Beautiful, thanks mate.
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Thanks for that. Did you paint them black or is that some other finish?
The stuff is actually Speedworks brand,...they have Black AN Fittings n black steel/Alloy pipe....gloss black
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The stuff is actually Speedworks brand,...they have Black AN Fittings n black steel/Alloy pipe....gloss black
Cheers. I am struggling to find it though. Do you have a linky?
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Cheers. I am struggling to find it though. Do you have a linky?
Ill Look,...i got it through the local parts shop in town,....


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