<VV> lower shroud question

Arthur Landis MONZA63MO at peoplepc.com
Fri Oct 14 21:14:47 EDT 2005

You know... every reply I get from you is some snide comment.  If I knew the 
answer or the didn't have the problem in the first place, do you think I 
would post the question?  Well I wouldn't.  If the shop manual, assembly 
manual or catalog answered the question, I wouldn't have to ask the 
question, would I.  You are irritating.   If you had the cure for cancer and 
I was terminal, I'd rather die than put up with your rude replies.  I'm new 
at this and trying my best to restore this car.  I've spent a lot of blood 
sweat and tears over the past year on this project and many people have been 
patient and very helpful but you have single handedly managed to give all 
Corvair owners a bad name.  Do me a favor and quit replying to my posts.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ron" <ronh at owt.com>

> Replace???  I've never had to and can't imagine why anyone would have to 
> as I've never run a Corvair without shrouds.  Maybe it's relatively cool 
> here as it only gets up to 115 or so and we only heve a few weeks of a 
> hundred or more, but I think it's foolish to remove them.  Just leave them 
> on and you'll never have that trouble.
> Isn't there a good picture of the damper door assembly in Lon's catalog 
> and pictures and description in Section 6 of the '65 shop manual?
> RonH
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Arthur Landis" <MONZA63MO at peoplepc.com>
> To: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
> Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 4:17 PM
> Subject: <VV> lower shroud question
>> Does everyone replace their lower shrouds in the cooler weather?  Mine 
>> were both missing the pivot pins and bushings on the exhaust duct dampers 
>> so I bought new ones.  What I can't figure out is how the pivot pins stay 
>> in place.  There's nothing to keep them secure.  Can someone please 
>> explain to me how to properly put the lower shrouds back on and keep the 
>> dampers in place?
>> Thanks in advance
>> Art in Missouri
>> '66 Sport Sedan
>> 140/PG
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