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RASSIE
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Carburetor spacer.

Post by RASSIE » Sat 23 Aug 2014, 08:01

Who make these or sell these spacers?
Rassie.
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Re: Carburetor spacer.

Post by Ren@ult10 » Sat 23 Aug 2014, 13:35

I,ve been out of the country for 10 years now but I bought similar spacers from a carb specialist in Pinetown, just can't remember their name, maybe a check in yellow pages will help.

Henry

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Re: Carburetor spacer.

Post by Johann65 » Sat 23 Aug 2014, 16:35

Hullo Rassie,
Get hold of Aluminium or Mild steel and have it machined on a Boring-mill. Not difficult to make :D
Other option is to make a casting at your local foundry. If I remember there is one in Isipingo :mrgreen:
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