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Old 09-29-2022, 09:16 PM
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Curved stove hard lines for 2150 Carburetor

anyone have the small curved hard stove line with the fitting for the motorcraft 2150 on our GW's? Mine broke at the intake -please message me if you have one in good shape, thanks!
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Old 09-30-2022, 08:45 AM
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I would try to fabricate it. It needs to fit the nut and sleeve at the choke housing, and slide into the choke stove. It does not require a precise air-tight fit. Copper or nicopp would be fine, and easier to work with. Measure the diameter and find tubing to match. I expect the nut and sleeve from a hardware store compression fitting of the same tube size will work.

Or cut off the broken end and join more tubing with a compression fitting. Make it long enough to stick into the stove in the manifold.

Or Dorman sells a kit that replaces the choke stove entirely. Use all or part of one of thse kits to feed hot air to the choke cover. eater+Tube+Kit
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