Re: [GFS] Carbs and rockers
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Re: [GFS] Carbs and rockers



Ed's description of the rocker drain holes for 57 Plymouth is 100% correct Jack, as confirmed with 2
other independent observant GFSers/ForwardLookers.
Glenn.

William Lewis wrote:

> Happy Easter GFSers,
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> A question for John Teske - since you are using the 1822004 manifold, are you using the wide flange WCFB's?, or an adaptor of some sort?  Regarding Ron's question on whether the AFBs would work on the 004 manifold, I don't know, but the AFB certainly has a larger footprint than the WCFB, and maybe it could match up.
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> Regarding the rockers, I am in the process of redoing mine on the '56, and due to its relatively low mileage (65K) I believe them to be original.  Mine do have drain holes that meet Ed's description.  Not that the holes worked that well against the Utah salt, etc, as mine are rotted both inside and out.
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> Jack Lewis
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