"I have read this entire tread about ten time before I started this project. Just seeing different things and wanted to make sure I didn’t mess anything up. This is the first time I have every replaces a carb. "
The spacer is metal.
I had the Carter AFB but I’m replacing it with the Edelbrock 1411.
I have 1964 Sedan DeVille.
i have look at all the post on here, all the pictures, and the shop manual and just don’t understand how he had all…"
"Ok. So I can remove the tee. The guy I brought the car from has everything under the hood ran a wrong and just want to make sure I’m putting everything back the way it’s supposed to be. Here is some pictures of how I found the PCV hose…"
"Hey guys, I need a little help. I am in the process of installing an Edelbrock 1411 carburetor, and I’m a little confused about the PCV hose. On the Carter the PCV hose was not connected to the carburetor. It came from the valley pan then when…"
I will be having shoulder surgery on April 17th, and will be limited to packing up small parts only for a little while.I am going to try and see how it goes with getting my son to help out, but that…Continue
Posted this to Facebook and thought I would share here...IS HE DEAD!? ... thought this was a funny looking picture captured from my corner Nest Cam. My wife Cheryl had come out to see if I wanted…Continue
I removed both 7 nipple vacuum valves and called my buddy who owns a machine shop. Tomorrow we'll re-surface the valve faces and then I'll reinstall them. HOWEVER, the one that comes out easily and comes apart with no rivet is on the Power module side. It installs on one side with a small bolt, and on the other it is held on by a clip, WHICH IS MISSING ON MY CAR. I am going to assume it is the same clip that is used on the Control Module side. Anybody got one? Happy…
So, I've put my 7 vacuum valve from the control head side to the test, and it failed. I looked at the instructions for re-conditioning it and unless I am missing something, the instructions are missing something (about how to take off the clip that provides the tension that holds the two pieces together).
In any case, I can't do this particular repair so I am looking for a new valve (not likely), or a good re-conditioned one, or someone who has done this before and would do mine for…