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Old 10-03-2010, 02:51 PM
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WTB: Holley/Motorcraft 4180 Carb

I have a 87 F250 460 and the rear float bowl is stripped. So if you have just the float bowls available that would be great too.


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I have two Holly 4150/4160 parts carbs. If the float bowls will interchange you can have two bowls for $15.00 shipped.
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i dont know if they will fit or not. Do you? Or anyone else? If they do Sold!!!!
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I don't know if they will fit or not. Looking at pictures, it looks like the 4180 has fuel inlets in the middle of the bowls. The 4150/4160 bowls have the fuel inlet at the front side and a transfer tube between the front and rear bowl.
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4180C

I think I have a clean complete 4180c carb. Not sure if it is off a 7.5 or a 5.8. Anyhow if you want it I'll take 75.00 shipped. Let me know.

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4180

I have a 4180 from a 79 460 missing the electric choke assembly, pretty clean I could probably ship you for 50.00 or so as I have no need for it.
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