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Installing a VintageAir system in a 67 Mustang. Installation manual shows Passenger Duct work going behind AC unit. It's really tight behind there, and I can't get it to fit without crushing the duct work. Anyone have any advice or experience on where to route the duct work? Car didn't come with factory air so I have no reference point.
 

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The factory duct comes up and over then back down.there are special clips to hold it in place. With the Vintage Air system you all have to get creative and see where it will fit.
 

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My 68 with aftermarket air is a nightmare behind the dash with hoses. My 65 which had vintage air was worse. I think it's the way it is. Also I found the vintage air ducts don't hold the hoses well at all. I put small screws into the duct tubes 1/4 inch from the end and then woth the hoses over them there was something for them to hold onto.
 

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In my 68,I routed the duct up behind the dash plate,above the glove box,then to the manifold on the VA air box. No Trouble at all.
 
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