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Powerflite
Posted 2019-04-07 3:42 AM (#580477)
Subject: 392 Hemi Wire Separators



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Is there any interest in reproducing the wire loom separators for the stock 392 hemi? I have quite a few cars that could use them so I am thinking of possibly making them instead of using plastic aftermarket versions instead. But if I make them I will probably make a couple of changes. These were made out of 18 gauge steel originally. I would probably increase it to 16 gauge to make them stiffer and increase the hole size to fit 8mm wires better. I believe the left side mounts to a valve cover bolt, whereas the right mounts to two intake bolts.

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StillOutThere
Posted 2019-04-07 6:57 PM (#580498 - in reply to #580477)
Subject: Re: 392 Hemi Wire Separators



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Are they used in 331s and 354s also so your customer base could spread over at least all '55-58 Hemis or perhaps back to '51? I don't know, just asking. Volume is everything in repro parts. The 300 guys should be interested. Maybe Impl Club also.

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Powerflite
Posted 2019-04-07 8:05 PM (#580502 - in reply to #580477)
Subject: Re: 392 Hemi Wire Separators



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They definitely could be used on the earlier motors because the intakes & valve covers are the same, but they would probably only be correct for 392 hemis. The '55 Imperial motor in my Savoy has something similar on it, but it is a little different shape than these.
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