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Old 04-24-2009, 07:53 PM
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air cleaner spacers/manual choke

Holley 4160 (4bbl) carb, manual choke with a round 14" Edelbrock air cleaner. Rebult Holley and took truck on test run only to return and now unable to locate the spacer, suspect may be laying on the side of the road, it's called having a 'senior moment'. Originally, the old spacer interferred with the manual choke level where it meets the throttle place so I took a grinding wheel and remove alot of material to get the addtional clearance. Thought I would check and see if any members know if of a spacer that allows for the manual choke linkage, if not, guess I will get another of the cheap plastic type and start whittling. Suggestions, input appreciated, thank you.
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Old 04-25-2009, 10:59 AM
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Asked and perhaps answered.

Thought perhaps a member may have come across simular issue and been able to provide a source, or P/N. Anyhow, Summit has couple spacers that appear they will work so ordered 1, and if not, then will exchange for the other. IMO, Summit sells quality merchandise, and I particularly like their return/exchange policy.
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