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Nuts
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Ok here's one for the big block guys. On a 390 engine in a 67, does the heater hoses run between the RH rocker cover and carby or do they run between the RH shock tower and rocker cover? Have spent hours surfing but can't find a definitive answer.


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Nuts, the photo in my restoration book shows the hose between the tower and rocker cover,

cheers Ralph


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goldscode wrote
Nuts, the photo in my restoration book shows the hose between the tower and rocker cover,

cheers Ralph


Agree.


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Here's a picture of mine on the CS:



Cheers Bee

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68 ran the hoses differently as the hose to the heater from the intake ran past the carb & was clipped to it.

Picture of 67 here, note the fitting to the intake (also different to the 68 & later BB)



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Cool, thanks heaps Guys.


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