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Holley 20-37

Holley Throttle Stud 7/32" Diameter

510-20-37

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Holley Throttle Stud 7/32" Diameter $7.37
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Throttle Stud
  • 7/32" Diameter
  • Holley 20-37 Details

    Carburetor Throttle Studs


  • Carburetor Throttle Stud

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    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    20-37

    Holley has made installation of the throttle & transmission linkage on your new carburetor a simple task. These studs and bushings are available for a wide variety of applications.

    what is the size of the threads ?

    Asked by: mike sant
    These are 1/4 x 20
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2018-02-01
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