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ARP 400-0311

ARP Carburetor Float Bowl Kit - Hex Head Single Metering Block Set of 8 Bolts

070-400-0311

Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 12/27/18

$26.99
ARP Carburetor Float Bowl Kit - Hex Head Single Metering Block Set of 8 Bolts $26.99
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Carburetor Float Bowl Kit - Hex Head
  • Single Metering Block
  • Set of 8 Bolts
  • Specifications:

    Fuel Bowl Screw Finish
    Polished
    Fuel Bowl Screw Gaskets Included
    No
    Fuel Bowl Screw Head Type
    External hex
    Fuel Bowl Screw Material
    Stainless steel
    Fuel Bowl Screw Thread Size (in.)
    12-24
    Quantity
    Sold as a set of 8
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    400-0311

    ARP's Carburetor Float Bowl Kits are the smarter way to attach a Holley float bowl. These float bowl kits are made from 304 stainless steel and are virtually impervious to corrosion. A polished finish makes them an enhancement to any carburetor. They are 5/16" wrenching and are nominally rated at 180,000 psi. Available for both single and dual metering block Holley and Carter AFB applications.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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