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Old 10-08-2008, 11:46 PM
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1977 351m vacuum routing diagram

I have a 1977 f150 with a 351M motor.. I"m looking for the vacuum routing diagram/schematics and possibly photos of the 77's that are out there.. that show the hoses and connections to the carb (I have a motorcraft 2150) and the other components.
I know "mil1ion" has answered a few of these post and I have looked on his web sight but was unable to connect to the link..
Any help or picts would be greatly appreciated.
thanks all.
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