Question about Chevrolet Chevy
I have a old rochester carb that I am putting on my old chev, I am trying to stay with an old style and have a 7019014 rochester 4 bbl.
there seems to be no vacuum port on the front of the carb for the distributor vacuum advance. I am trying to stay with the old look and this vacuum line is going to a 56 distributor with a hex diaphragm on the front. where would the vacuum advance line go in.
Get a tee fitting for the size of the vaccum line and connect the advanced line into an existing line from the carb. Worked for me on one of my old cars.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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