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jefflewis
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PostPosted: Yesterday 9:55 pm    Post subject: Molded rubber hose fittings on a 72 engine. Reply with quote

I think I have asked this before. Where can I buy the rubber hose fittings for the carbs and the brake booster line? Thanks
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PostPosted: Yesterday 10:49 pm    Post subject: Re: Molded rubber hose fittings on a 72 engine. Reply with quote

Try these guys.

https://www.germansupply.com/home/customer/home.php?cat=388
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PostPosted: Yesterday 11:14 pm    Post subject: Re: Molded rubber hose fittings on a 72 engine. Reply with quote

Xevin wrote:
Try these guys.
https://www.germansupply.com/home/customer/home.php?cat=388


But please review their feedback before ordering!
http://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=158895&start=200
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PostPosted: Yesterday 11:35 pm    Post subject: Re: Molded rubber hose fittings on a 72 engine. Reply with quote

Thanks "Flying Seagull Window Sticker Bus Laughing " for mentioning that. Was going to to tell OP not to expect it timely. Just thought I'd give GS benefit of the doubt. But yes. It's hit and miss. Good call OB Bus. Need to get back to OB and find the liver I lost at Winstons in the 90s Wink I'll be looking you up OB Bus Very Happy
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busdaddy wrote:
The only ice involved in my local fishing trips is found in the cooler clattering around amongst the wobbly pops Razz


asiab3 wrote:
Is there EVER a bus for sale that DOESN'T have a rebuilt engine?
*sigh*
Robbie


busdaddy wrote:
If it is a bad gear the whole thing has to come apart for a cleaning at the very least, that "Silvery Slurry of EMPI quality" gets into every little nook and cranny.
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PostPosted: Today 12:02 am    Post subject: Re: Molded rubber hose fittings on a 72 engine. Reply with quote

I have ALL the original fittings required (needed ) for the 1972 Bus intake
manifold connections and, they are ALL german.

Send me a pm and let me know what you need.

Chris

[email protected] And i DO NOT ship overseas any longer.
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