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About stangeba

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  • Birthday 09/18/1953

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    https://1971montecarlo.wordpress.com/2015/12/14/1971-chevrolet-monte-carlo/

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    Male
  • Location
    Shelby Township, Michigan
  • Interests
    71 Monte Carlos and old In-Line six cylinder engines.
  • Legal Name
    Bruce Stange
  • Occupation
    Retired from E. I. DuPont Automotive Finishes still working at Langdon's Stovebolt Engine Parts Company.

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  1. I changed the small fuel lines or vapor hoses, that are part of this device, several years ago and found these small restrictors in the hose. I almost threw it out! I have a 71 350 4BBL all stock. Many first gen's no longer have evaporative emissions equipment. I did get rid of the TCS system (Transmission Controlled Spark) Bruce
  2. Yes, I have one on my 71 all still hooked up and working.
  3. Welcome to the group!
  4. stangeba

    MC #1

    Looks great! Welcome to the site! My 71 4BBL filter is located in the fuel inlet pipe at the carb. (above the PCV hose where mine says filter) Bruce
  5. I drilled one here for my 71 Oshawa built 350 4BBL, No A/C and it fit fine. I think there was a dimple, long time ago...... Good luck! Bruce
  6. https://www.hemmings.com/stories/article/roll-with-it?refer=news&utm_source=edaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020-10-07 Lot's of information in this article, on wheel and tire fit. Bruce My original G70 x 15 in the trunk
  7. Welcome! Very very nice car and great pictures.
  8. Thank you for all your work! Nothing for me, but mine was built in Canada and I have everything I think. Bruce
  9. Did a GOOGLE search and found this interesting data. 1" BORE and 1.125" BORE because of front DRUM or DISC brakes. Gee, could someone in the past have used the wrong part? I didn't know they made ft Drum brakes for a 71 Chevy (My year, I looked up)
  10. When did you take delivery of this 1970 Monte Carlo? Were the brakes acting like this that first drive? Has there been any improvement or is it the same or is it worse than it was the first day? I would ask what has changed but you already told us, EVERYTHING! I still have the original booster and master. I rebuilt the master Cylinder probably 20+ years ago and replaced some of the lines. I do use DOT 5 fluid If I were to grade the performance of my brakes, it would be a C-. I remember when it was new, I was not thrilled with the brakes and that was with OEM asbestos p
  11. Welcome! Good to see another fellow Michigander! Bruce
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