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Old 12-16-2010, 05:01 AM   #15
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Tank fitting

I have not looked at this fitting recently, but my memory of it is that it appears to be a 1/4" NPT plug that's threaded into a boss fastened to the tank. There is an access hole in the chassis to get at this plug. My thoughts are that the boss is bolted on to the tank and the gasket must have shrunk or detereated in some way (age?). This fitting my be for another application as this tank may fit other situations.
Most of the lines are on the passenger side and they appear OK.

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Old 12-18-2010, 07:03 PM   #16
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I'm going to try to download part of the sales brochure that was with my Holiday Rambler. It is a big piece of paper (19" X 25") so even a fourth of it won't fit on my scanner. Maybe you can piece it together to get some information if it is of any help to you.


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Old 12-20-2010, 07:23 PM   #17
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I rebushed the driver side bell crank pivot on my '87 P 30 chassis. Bought the bushings from the Chevy dealer for about $13 each. Book is wrong as it says one per side, it takes 2 per side. I used my Dremel tool to almost cut thru the old bushing, then peeled them out with a small chisel, screwdrivwer will work also. Drove them back in and honed them to fit with a brake wheel cylinder hone and WD40.
I also added a thin rubber o-ring to the top and bottom of the shaft so it takes more pressure to get the grease to run out. hopefully this will cause the grease to go around the shaft better. I'm still going to grease these twice, once with the steering all the way to the left, then all the way to the right.
Made a big difference in how the rig steers.

Part number for the bushings is 00266316.

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