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    Substitute for ajr cleaner heat duct?

    What is a good substitute for the MD023552 Duct, Heat on the 2.6l in 1980 Sports? The original is No Longer Available. Couldn't find one via internet searches.

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    Is that the metal hose from the exh manifold to the air filter housing? If so a dryer vent duct from the hardware store.
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    There's a generic heater duct available. I've bought the stuff off the shelf. I am seeing listings for other vehicles but the prices are stupid It has to be metal corrugated tubing. You know what diameter it is?

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    Cheapest and easiest is dryer vent tube, corrugated metal tubing and any hardware store will have it. Used it way back in the day when I had the p.o.s. carbed motor
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    Quote Originally Posted by geezer101 View Post
    There's a generic heater duct available. I've bought the stuff off the shelf. I am seeing listings for other vehicles but the prices are stupid It has to be metal corrugated tubing. You know what diameter it is?

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    Called a heat riser tube.

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