Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Id take one if you get another batch made. Mike (ford706@aol.com)

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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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A several more where made wccc will have them.
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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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preaction wrote:
02 Sep 2019, 13:35
ImageI found this at Carlisle this summer the seller thought it was another used gasket.
Ford had a technical service bulletin that describes how the spacer in the picture, came to be bonded to the gasket.
http://www.fordification.com/tsb/viewto ... ?f=3&t=519
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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Thats a good catch Scott ! :D
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