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> Also, WTB 2.0 Smog Pump and all that.
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post Mar 18 2023, 07:45 PM
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Getting a 76 road worthy in Cali (IMG:style_emoticons/default/lol-2.gif) so I need a smog pump and all the tubes etc..

Let me know what you have.

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post Mar 19 2023, 07:09 AM
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I’ve got the pump and hard lines
Will get some photos for you
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lots of pictures


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Boy, am I glad I don't have to use that stuff on my 75 Federal spec car...

That is the first time I've seen ND (Nippon Denso) and Bosch share a parts sticker.

Proves the OEMs will sleep with anyone...

That will be a rotary vane pump.

I'd take that apart, grease the bearings and clean up the cases and the internal parts before I put that back into service.

Parts for that pump might be "hen's teeth" to acquire. The bearings will be able to be purchased from a bearing supply using the numbers on the bearings/seals.
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post Mar 19 2023, 11:34 AM
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It may be me looking at this, but the sacrificial rubber part looks like it's broken on this part

I had a 76 car and when the pump froze it broke this sacrificial rubber part this is the part that connects to the crank. If I'm remembering correctly the part has a metal plate on the end where you bolt up the 3 bolts.

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QUOTE(burton73 @ Mar 19 2023, 11:34 AM) *

It may be me looking at this, but the sacrificial rubber part looks like it's broken on this part

I had a 76 car and when the pump froze it broke this sacrificial rubber part this is the part that connects to the crank. If I'm remembering correctly the part has a metal plate on the end where you bolt up the 3 bolts.

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It’s starting to come apart
Not separated yet. But needs the repair that all of them need these days

Still pretty complete system with mounting brackets/hardware

Never heard back from original poster
Plan to start a separate add and list this soon if anyone is looking
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I think I might be able to get away without adding this stuff. Stand by.
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post Mar 26 2023, 09:28 PM
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I believe I have most of the stuff, gotta start pulling it out. My spider is good, I remember losing one on my 76 bus and it was impossible to locate one 30yrs ago
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I have a 75 CA Spec and need the sample pipe that runs from the egr valve you have pictured with the square flange to the muffler area port. Its sort of L shaped, has a welded tab to bolt it to muffler, and 2 bolt square ports at each end. Any help anyone?
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