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    Yep, you have to think backwards. When I built...

    Yep, you have to think backwards. When I built the pulley accellerator linkage system had to constantly remind myself it pulls the other way (btw-it works so smooth its dangerous with the 292). ...
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    Yes, MC and HNY to all. Our Christmas was a bit...

    Yes, MC and HNY to all. Our Christmas was a bit of a downer. we live in Blaine WA which is right on the Canadian border. Our daughter and grandson live just across the border in Canada so we...
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    HNY all. Hung my calendar today and that first...

    HNY all. Hung my calendar today and that first picture of the 64 is gorgeous, perfect. Stock as can be and straight. Love it. I notice there is more than one page with vans owned by newbies. ...
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    Since you have a tunnel, not much air coming in...

    Since you have a tunnel, not much air coming in or needed from belly pan. Keep it to keep rocks & stuff from kicking up into the radiator. Nice shroud. I just use a small upper shroud made out of...
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    So impressed with your van Jacke

    So impressed with your van Jacke
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    great!!, I'll take one. since we want to keep...

    great!!, I'll take one.

    since we want to keep you around, 12 photos will be plenty
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    When swapping the 3-tree to TH 350 in 1988, just...

    When swapping the 3-tree to TH 350 in 1988, just kept the existing column lever and shift mechanism and modified it to work on the 350 (can't remember what I did though). After 32 years and 90,000...
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    I much prefer the old enamel or even lacquer...

    I much prefer the old enamel or even lacquer paints. Hate the new paint with clear coat, even on my new vehicles.

    As the blue paint on my early is in really bad shape, I'm going to sand it off in...
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    Am interested in a 2021 calendar. However, (yes...

    Am interested in a 2021 calendar. However, (yes this is a sort of complaint), I will only buy one if at least half of the vans are first generation. For 2022, I suggest two calendars, one for 1st...
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    Make a cab forward pick-up out of it?

    Make a cab forward pick-up out of it?
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    OMG, ouch! I rest my case, trees are always bad...

    OMG, ouch! I rest my case, trees are always bad for vans and cars, etc. Birds poop on the paint from them, trees drop sap on vans, they shade the sun allowing mold and mildew to develop, and they...
  12. Thread: FNG

    by lvjjj
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    welcome! very nice van, I see it has the...

    welcome! very nice van, I see it has the requisite rocker crease on the passenger side. Happens the first time a new driver makes a right turn. My 65 had one when I bought it in 1970.
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    I did not lower the mounts to lower the 292, sits...

    I did not lower the mounts to lower the 292, sits where 230 did, just two inches higher. I did flip the doghouse lid around to accommodate the Weber two barrel on top of the Clifford adaptor. The...
  14. Yes, to 292 water pump. I think I used my...

    Yes, to 292 water pump.

    I think I used my bypass for a second radiator made out of a transcooler mounted between two trans coolers for the tranny. Have since disconnected it since the tunnel...
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    What temp thermo you use depends on what you are...

    What temp thermo you use depends on what you are using the van for and time of year. When we were towing in the summer in the desert southwest, I'd use a 160 degree stat. A 180 or 195 would allow...
  16. One word "TUNNEL" I tried everything as you...

    One word "TUNNEL"

    I tried everything as you are. When I finally put a tunnel in, all my troubles were over. Nothing like direct ram air. The 292 needs lots of air. Also have a 4 tube core in a...
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    383 update. As I cracked my 4th manifold on a...

    383 update. As I cracked my 4th manifold on a trip last month, got JBA shorty headers from Summit. Makes a big difference, pulled the east side of Stevens Pass here in Washington in 3rd while...
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    Just found this thread, nice van, great work on...

    Just found this thread, nice van, great work on it. As for getting hot air out of the doghouse, I turned my lid around so the high part is in the front. So air comes thru my tunnel thru the...
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    I found a cover that fit's our vans perfectly...

    I found a cover that fit's our vans perfectly from California Car Covers. Its not in the catalog so call them.

    (this is sooo important had to say it twice)
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    I found a cover that's made for our vans, fits...

    I found a cover that's made for our vans, fits perfect at California Car Covers. it doesn't show up in catalogs so call them.
  21. Thread: Header wrap

    by lvjjj
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    my doghouse is not insulated inside, have some...

    my doghouse is not insulated inside, have some carpet on the outside. Never seems too hot and never have worried about it. Been reading a lot about NOT wrapping headers cause it ruins the headers. ...
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    Header wrap

    Been thinking about wrapping my headers to reduce the temp in the doghouse. Good idea?
  23. Thread: Will it work

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    x2 to what jrinaman said. I gots a 292 too,...

    x2 to what jrinaman said. I gots a 292 too, since 1988, been towing a travel trailer with it since then, 91,000 miles, still strong. I didn't have to lower anything as even with a Clifford 2 bbl...
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    kk, since 292's are so thirsty and you've got 3...

    kk, since 292's are so thirsty and you've got 3 carbs, I think you'll need an electric fuel pump and a regulator. The pump I installed in 1988 is still pumping away, never have to worry about vapor...
  25. Thread: New to me motor

    by lvjjj
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    try S&J Engines in Spokane. They recently told...

    try S&J Engines in Spokane. They recently told me they remanufacture 292's.
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