Carburetor inlet fitting

SSmooth84

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Mar 12, 2019
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I got a 1984 monte carlo ss with the original 4 barrel quadrajet. I'm working on connecting my emissions lines and notice one of the connections is missing on my carburetor are they just screwed on. Were can I find it and what size is it. Here are pics of what it is.
 

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ELCAM

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I got a 1984 monte carlo ss with the original 4 barrel quadrajet. I'm working on connecting my emissions lines and notice one of the connections is missing on my carburetor are they just screwed on. Were can I find it and what size is it. Here are pics of what it is.
Is the tube broken off or just missing? If it is broken off you will need to use a screw to pull the remains out.

The vacuum tubes are just pressed in. From looking at my QJ junk pile that one is 3/16 (.1875) outside diameter where it is pressed in. The part where the hose goes on is .1855.

Just a piece of 3/16 OD 1/8 ID tubing will likely work, steel, aluminum or brass. Might even find a 12" piece at the local hardware store.
 
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