Originally Posted by overlander63
Tim, is there a rubber hose going into a screw-in filter mounted directly on the carb? If there is, that is your filter. I can get you the NAPA part number Monday when I go back in to work.
Thanks so much. Fortunately, I finally found out the correct filter by going on NAPA's web site. It's not one of those screw-in filters, nor one of the cartridge type paper element. It turned out to be one of those stone aerator types I was familiar with 40 years ago. I found a diagram in the Gillig manual which appeared to show that type, went to the NAPA web site and plugged in the last year Ford produced a carbed 350 truck (1985) with a 460 engine, discovered it had a Holley carb just like my 370, looked up the filter for that setup, and BINGO
- that was it! Amazing what a detective one has to be with these MoHos
. Anyway, I now have part numbers for all the routine maintenance items, and am in the process of replacing them all. Some looked OK, some totally worn out (probably 17 years old), and some actually missing (carb fuel filter). Sad part is that my brother had paid several truck shops (big $
) to do all this routine maintenance and much of it had not been done. He had "complete tuneups" done 3 times in the 4 years he owned the coach. Hate to see an "incomplete" tuneup
Thanks again for offering your help. Still can't figure how I could go on the INTERNET for NAPA and find the correct number, but the guys in the store couldn't figure it out