74 Z28 vacuum line bracket - Qjet to booster

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  1. mallard

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    That is most interesting. I just nosed through that 900 mile ‘74 thread and found the “grommetless” pic. The bracket sure looks like it’s intended to have a grommet but that pic sure speaks volumes on that. I wonder if it’s present on some cars and not on others?
     
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    Here is the one that came off my '77 Z. It's slightly different than the previous pics. The 1977 assembly manual lists a rubber grommet (# 342432) but I can`t remember if it was installed or not. The part number might be 3923243 if it also served as the rear lift bracket. 20210813_125206.jpg
     
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    And the curiosity was getting to me so I had to look. And interestingly enough, mine has no grommet.
     
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    My low mile 4 speed car doesnt have this bracket. I have a feeling it may have got tossed out.
    Is there a part number for this bracket? ANyone got an extra :)
     
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    I may have it. I had a supposed 74Z way years back. Basket case. I basically gave the car and stuff away but I think I still have some baskets lol. I'll dig around. Heck, I've found 5 carburetors today I forgot I had o_O!
     
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    I’m looking for this - but I may have been trumped
     
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    My bad younda, if I got it, it's yours. you were the original poster. gimme a couple days to see?
     
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    Didnt mean to step on any toes. INSPECTOR57 replied to your post that he had the part so I assumed you got what you need. If thats not the case then I am second in line.
     
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    Just to clear, I wasn't claiming that I had the correct part - just that it was similar to what was pictured. The grommet is easily removed if that's a concern for accuracy. I'll wait to see if the OP doesn't want it before I'll consider interest from others.
    Gary
     
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    Hey, I bought a whole car to get that part in 1985 (joking of course) but truthfully, when I bought my '74 in '84, much under the hood had been removed and I bought a badly rusted type LT Z28 that was close to stock under the hood and that's where I got my bracket.

    My survivor car is a 4sp and the donor was a turbo 400 so I don't know if the "correct" bracket is different depending on tranny or not. All I know is it looks right and serves the purpose.
     

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