I had give some thought to doing the same before I gave up and bought electric
conversion. My thinking was not only would you need a check valve on the vacuum
side but also a metering valve on the wiper side. I never did try it so this is
all speculation on my part.
Grant 50 3100
> I am fabricating a vacuum reservoir tank to aid my vacuum windshield wipers.
> Can anyone tell me if I need to install a check valve to prevent the vacuum
> stored being drawn back into the intake manifold? My plan is to use a
> piece of three or four inch tubing with plates welded on either end and the
> appropriate tubes installed to allow connection to the vacuum line of the
> windshield wiper motor.
> Thanks in advance.
> '58 Fleetside 3200
> '50 Suburban (just arrived home)
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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