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239 Distributor Advance Line:

Does anyone reproduce the vacuum advance line for a 239 flathead(8RT) in a 1952 F-1?Anyone have a good used one?
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I haven't found one yet, but I have an extra used one laying around that is in good shape. If you pay shipping, you can have it. PM me if you want it.
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Are these not what you are looking for?

Ford - Ford Pickup Truck Distributor Vacuum Advance - V8 | 7RA-12370-B - Macs Auto Parts

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He's looking for the tubing from the carb to the vac advance can, 8BA-12226. Parts CD has a note "Not Serviced -- make from 3/16" tubing". But there appears to be at least one out there....

If you make one, these are also the nuts you need, available at NAPA
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Thanks Ross.Keith had one to help me out.
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