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Has a 2 piece arm. Bottom bowl attaches with butterfly nut stud.
Photo: John Kellestine
Similar to above but the arm can be removed from the bowl.
|nov54=> ~ mid56:
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Arm now one piece
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Changed wingnut in favor of a long bolt attached to bottom piece. bowl now screws into upper arm.
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Added clamps to secure oil basin to arm. This was used on "bastard" motors only (late 59-early 60)
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(note: I think the one shown in the pic has the wrong main arm on it. Should be a drivers side hanging arm, not a passenger side arm)
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Added air intake flapper. New engine tin piece with hole to accept Preheat tube which comes up from the left side of the engine tin and goes into the bottom of the air cleaner. Also changed straps so that they hooked up higher.
Webmaster note: I have one of these, same P/N....its identical, but the weird part is that it *doesn't* have a nozzle for the crankcase ventilation like the ones in the pictures. May have had parts miss matched at one time.......
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New crankcase ventilation hose now mounts to right of the flapper . Arm now composed of a rubber flex tube.
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Unit now hangs to passenger side of engine compartment.
Hose mounts to left side of flapper. Preheat tube now goes into right side of engine tin
| Late 60s still being researched...
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Notice the crank breather tube mounts on the left like a right mount cleaner, yet the flapper snout is angled like a left mount cleaner??
|Bracket for air cleaner, attaches to the outer coil bolt and helps support the arm of the cleaner. Used for 60 and earlier cleaners until the cleaners started coming with a welded on bracket that attached to the truck body for support. This bracket attached to the cleaner arm, and to the coil bolts.||
Anyone know the year difference between the bracket with the notch, and the one without?