Re: Fresh air induction
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Re: Fresh air induction



Sorry about the "Gorilla" tape..LOL.. I hadn't received  my 4" to 3" adapters yet. Since I have lowered the air cleaner 1/2" , I may now be able to use 4" tubing. .......................MO

On Monday, July 24, 2017 at 11:19:58 PM UTC-5, MO wrote:
I will start a new topic , as there has been several posts about it in the "search" topic.  I have done fresh air induction on my 64 Dodge and list member Mike  is considering it also.  Attached are pics of the close elbow clothes dryer vent.  I brought in the fresh air from the inner headlight buckets, through the inner fenders and flex tubing to the air-box air cleaner. My " search" topic was to find better flex tubing. BTW thanks Gary H. and others in helping me find what I want. ............................MO

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