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it takes patience and finesse and a heaterbox that (archive)

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Posted by RobS. on July 02, 2001 at 02:16:43:

In Reply to: It seems they all break, or do if you touch them. posted by Gil on July 02, 2001 at 00:31:45:

hasnt been otherwise abused somehow...? Mine is an original '69, still has the stock heatervalve, which is nice and tight, and the original(!) hose between valve and box. I changed the hose without snapping the plastic mount by ... being patient and ... not snapping it. I know Im not skilled so i must be lucky. ;D


-Rob



I think the metal bracket idea is the best. Even if you find an unbroken one, chances are it won't last.

Gil
72 Tii





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