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Edelbrock Quadrajet Phenolic Float Fits Model M4M 350-1910 Carburetor

Edelbrock 1984

350-1984

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Edelbrock Quadrajet Phenolic Float Fits Model M4M 350-1910 Carburetor $25.95
Q-Jet Carburetor Phenolic Float
  • Fits Model M4M (1975-Later) and Edelbrock 350-1910

  • Edelbrock 1984 Details

    Phenolic Floats

    Direct replacement phenolic float for O.E. Quadrajet model M4M 1975-Later, and Edelbrock #350-1910.

    Specifications:

    Float Material
    Phenolic
    Fuel Bowl Float Style
    Side hung
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    1984

    This is a list of all parts and gaskets necessary to rebuild Edelbrock Q-Jet (Quadrajet) carburetors.

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