RE: Interior Heater Duct Hoses
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RE: Interior Heater Duct Hoses



Heh. A Canadian perspective. Down toward the equator we don't hardly need a heater. More important is vent windows and, on A-body cars, those funky doors that open near the kick panel. We need to let outside air in, heated and humidified naturally s it is most of the year. :) 

Gary H. 


>  -------Original Message-------
>  From: Cory Rempel  
...> So
>  when it got cold out (it was a 4 dr slant 6 car) I would disconnect the
>  hose from the vent and stick it down my jacket for extra warmth. 

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