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Brake Booster Vac Line '67 GTO & PCV Grommet

400 CI engine in a '67 GTO.

What does the metal line look like that attaches at the base of the carburetor onto which one fastens the 3\8" hose routed to the brake booster?

There seem to be two options. https://www.npdlink.com/store/?p=cat...0000&year=1967

Secondly, where does one get the rubber grommet that secures the PCV valve in front of the distributor mounting location? My PVC is rattling badly because the grommet is like hard plastic.

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Grommet here, part #N210A

https://secure.amesperf.com/qilan/Se...rd=PVC+&sort=0

Booster line C-4930-454AA is original carbon steel, C-4930-454AS is stainless.
Go with the original, the stainless is harder and won't seal as well.
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Thank you. Is the grommet something I could get at my local NAPA parts store? This seems to be it. https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/CRB29105
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Thank you. Is the grommet something I could get at my local NAPA parts store?
I don't know, I got mine at Ames.
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Thank you. I fortunately have the fitting but the tube on the car doesn't look right.
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I didn't know if you had the tube so I figured I would show the fitting as well, it would suck to get the tube and not have the fitting.
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Take the original grommet into NAPA with you and match it up, that looks like it.
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Grommet from Orilley's - Dorman P/N 42054

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Grommet here, part #N210A

[url]https://secure.amesperf.com/qilan/Search_Web?order_number_e=NDU0MzI2Mg%3D%3D%0D%0A&m ethod_1=&method_2=Y&on=Y&search_method=2&cat_rowid =1&search_year=1967&search_keyword=PVC+&sort=0[/url
Today I ordered a new grommet, PCV valve, brake booster vac line and a few other miscellaneous parts from AMES. Thanks for the link. AMES seems to be good people. This grommet seems to be the unicorn of GTO parts as I could not find it elsewhere.

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