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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jul 26th, 03, 7:56 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know of a supplier who sells new felt wicks and nylon oil retainers for a 74+ HEI?

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I got mine from a dealer years ago.

The plastic seals, pt# 1950569 came in a box of 10.

The felt washers, pt# 1951099 (maybe 1051099) came in a bag of 5.

I'm pretty sure they work on points and HEI distributors.

NAPA Elchin ML-1 moly lube is good for the grease well, if you're that far into it.
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Thanks Glenn for the info. I'll run those part numbers at Chevy on Monday morning. I am into the total rebop of this unit and have one more distrib waiting in the wings. I use to use axle grease in the well but Moly sounds like a great alternitive. Just finished glass beading and washing both units, need these parts to finish.
Gonna give the Proform Kit (PRO-66945RC, Summit) a try. Looks the same as the Pertronix for less money.
Also...Dave, thanks again for the info you sent me. If the felts are not available, I'll head to the fabric store!

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