but I heard someones else was using heater hose but will iit
stand up to the emssions gases ?
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> Subject: Re: Emission Tubing
> Gary O. wrote : "The emission contol tubing on my 1974 TR6 is old and
> cracking causing the vacumn to be lost. I think it is
> orginal. Besides using TRF or MOSS replacements
> has anyone found or know of a replacement product? A friend recommended
> 3/8" gas line but even with heating in boiling water I can not
> get the tubing over the fittings. In addition one car parts
> place had 19/32 tubing but it seem a little loose"
> I've got 1/2" ID heater hose on mine (cannister to carbs to rocker). It
> seems just snug enough. Got it at the local parts store. I'm also using it
> for heater water hoses.
> Joe Bouchard
> '74-1/2 TR6