washer nozzle too short for cowl hood?

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  1. John House

    John House Junior Member

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    Just put a cowl hood on the '74 C20, the washer nozzle doesn't look like it will work, even if it's straightened (original nozzles point up into the cowl opening) it doesn't look like it will be long enough, anyone know where to get longer ones that will fit on the cowl hood?
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    Put the wiper arm and washer set up from a newer square on it. The nozzles are on the wiper arm.
     
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    Didnt know they had a different set up on earlier squares. Nozzles on the wiper arms are so functional i wish all my cars had them.
     
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    Until they freeze.
     
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    You beat me to it. A good cold winter, and those become a giant pain in the ass.
     
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