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'37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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Can someone help with pictures and measurements for a 1937 6 cyl crankcase breather tube?

I've resigned myself to the idea that I'll have to make one, considering I can't seem to find one for my car. Any help with pictures, measurements (or a source to find one) would be greatly appreciated.

Posted on: 4/12 7:32
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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I don't have the data you want, but you should indicate which tube (inlet or outlet?) you need info on.

Posted on: 4/12 9:59
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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If you need the CYL. ventilator outlet tube,it is the same for all 120C,115C,1600 1,1A,1D,2, 1700 1,1A,2 1800 1,1A 1900 1,1A engines part no.333934 Superceded by 315430
Anyone selling a parts engine would probably sell you one or Kanters or Max Meritt or any of the parts venders.

Posted on: 4/12 12:42
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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Thank you both for the replies and the info. I called both Jeff at Moose Motors and Mike at Max Merritt and left them voicemails. We shall see... Maybe I won't have to make one after all.

Posted on: 4/12 16:03
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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BigKev
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I'd check with Bob Stolfus in PA or Gerry at Packards Southwest in San Diego.

Posted on: 4/12 18:07
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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Larry Reber
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Also check David MOE Packard Seattle

Posted on: 4/15 12:06
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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tsherry
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Are you looking for the outlet? I might have a spare if you need it. The spare inlet however is non factory on that engine.

Posted on: 4/15 21:31
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I've spoken to Mike at Max Merrit and Jeff at Moose Motors so far. They both have the tube.

Thanks all for the suggestions.

Posted on: 4/17 7:36
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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Apparently what I know as the 'crankcase breather tube' is regularly referred to in Packard-speak as the 'downdraft tube'. ...but yeah, I'm looking for the tube that mounts to the side of block on the passenger side right toward the back of the block and points downward. It looks like it would have a flange with one mounting hole to bolt it to the block.

Posted on: 4/17 7:39
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Mine does have a flange with single bolt at the block, then the tube extends outward and curves 90 degrees, then straight down to a small bracket on the clutch housing. A picture would be very informative. One of the engine views in the various service and advertising materials in the archive might show it.

Posted on: 4/17 14:33
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