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My '76 resto

Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by Happy_Camper, Dec 7, 2014.

  1. Happy_Camper

    Happy_Camper Active Member

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    No issues so far. I haven't heard that problem before, interesting. I had all rims balanced by a Kombi nut who does tyres and he didn't mention anything.
     
  2. Wayne murray

    Wayne murray Well-Known Member

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    Camping in style know:cool:. An awning added to that for some shade .:) I like it .
     
  3. Lenzy

    Lenzy Member

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    sorry to dig up an old pic, but those lines on roof of engine bay, are they fuel vapour lines or something? I see they run back to tank on mine I think? as mine is just a rolling shell now and going Subaru motor, so am thinking if its a return line to fuel tank that will be handy for the EFI system.
     
  4. Happy_Camper

    Happy_Camper Active Member

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    Yeah they are fuel vapour lines, usually go to the air filter to get rid of any fuel smell.

    Not sure what would work with a Subaru conversion, but there are plenty of people who have done the conversion who would be more than willing to give advice.

    Cheers
     

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