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Re: bypassing water choke on 32/36 (archive)

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Posted by Gordon on December 25, 1999 at 15:52:00:

In Reply to: bypassing water choke on 32/36 posted by matt on December 25, 1999 at 14:54:55:

Matt, that is exactly what I did when I put my manual choke 32/36 on my car. It's hard to find heater hose that small of a diameter, I just used gas line hose and had no problems at all. I now have an electric choke 32/36 and have the same setup. When you are working on your heater box, you can do the same with your heater hoses going to the heater box from the block. Just put one long hose between the inlet and outlet points on the block. This way, you can drive your car while your heater box is temporally out of commission, not recommended for cold weather climates, but no problem here in southern CA.

74 2002
73 Bavaria

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