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66-69 Mopar 383 440 Hemi Oem Correct Carb Studs Nuts on 2040-parts.com

US $7.85
Location:

Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States

Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States
Condition:New

66-69 Mopar Carb Stud and Nut Set. Correct size, finish, black phosphate coating and grade as the originals.  Includes 4 studs and 4 nuts for 1 carburetor.

Originally installed on:

 

66-69 Hemi

66-70 383- 2 Barrel

66-69 383 440 - 4 Barrel

 

 



 

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