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Old 03-12-2001, 10:09 AM
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Hey everyone i got a 70 429 from a tbird and i am goin to the swap meet for a carb. Do i have a spread or square bore intake? everything is stock. thanks - mike
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Look at the holes. Spreadbore has larger ports in the back.
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if all the boles are the same size, its square bore

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Magnus,

An addition to your quote. If you built it, you have lots of spare parts left over.

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