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Holley 134-112

Holley Secondary Fuel Bowl For Dominator Carburetors

510-134-112

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Holley Secondary Fuel Bowl For Dominator Carburetors $53.81
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Secondary Fuel Bowl
  • For Dominator Carburetors
  • Center-Hung Float
  • Dual Fuel Inlet & Accelerator Pump Provision
  • Standard Finish
  • Holley 134-112 Details

    Secondary Fuel Bowls, Center-Hung Float


  • Replacement Fuel Bowl Kit

  • Specifications:

    Gaskets Included
    Yes
    Carburetor Fuel Bowl Finish
    Dichromate
    Float Included
    No
    Fuel Bowl Float Style
    Center hung
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Quick-Change Jet Provisions
    No
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    134-112

    Holley replacement fuel bowls are available with a classic, standard or shiny zinc finish with center or side-hung floats. Fuel bowls are also available in an all-aluminum construction, which can save over 1.2 pounds compared to zinc.

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