Proper bags for ’64 may be viewed at: http://tinyurl.com/hbxxen2 And, at: http://www.jholst.net/64-parts-manual/accessories.pdf Gary Goer’s catalog indicates his bag supplier is not likely to provide a proper bag and that the suction hose to the pump may be inserted through a hole in the cap to achieve functionality, if not appearance. Tom’s solution would look and work better. Please note that the original has a hole in the bottom tab for a hold-down hook. I can’t see that hook on our ’64 300K. I had purchased a new bag from Gary and, while still empty, it became tangled up in the nearby fan and was perforated. Don’t let that happen to you. Find a way to hold the bag to the back of the radiator support panel, even when empty.
A reproduction bag cap with a hole is available at: http://tinyurl.com/jh5alcf $10.
I purchased a washer bag about a year ago from Gary Goers. I carefully cut a hole in the bottom of the bag, in the same place as the old bag, and made a plastic fitting and stainless steel nut and washer.
It works fine, but the hose hooks straight in to the bag, and not at an angle.
I could make more fittings if any one is interested.
Posted by: "Rich Barber" <c300@xxxxxxx>
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