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Old 04-16-2014, 04:52 PM
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86 carb vacumn thingy

What is the thing under the carb called and where can I get 1 my 86 was in pieces when I bought it and this plus much more to get it going will help greatly thanks in advance

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Welcome to the forum, dually dude!

I am guessing the part you described is the EGR adapter. It is made of aluminum and is approximately 1" thick. The EGR valve mounts to the side of this.
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Welcome to the forum, dually dude!

I am guessing the part you described is the EGR adapter. It is made of aluminum and is approximately 1" thick. The EGR valve mounts to the side of this.
Where can iget one what is the part number or does anyone know of plain spacer plate and where can I get that thanks
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Where can iget one what is the part number or does anyone know of plain spacer plate and where can I get that thanks
I bought an EGR adapter plate from UHAUL of all places the truck is running now but not on the raod yet still some issues to tidy up will add pics when I figure out how
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