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Looking for some thick carburetor gaskets ??

Hey everyone.,

I'm looking for a good and hopefully inexpensive 1/4" thick open Holley carburetor gasket.

I'm running a Edelbrock RPM air gap and want a open 1" spacer. I have a 1/2" nitrous plate but figured I would add 1/4" gaskets to get my 1". I see Mr. Gasket sells 1/4" gaskets but I have had some serious issues with that company's quality in the past.

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Go to jegs site and type in carb spacers..

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Use this 3/8" spacer. By the time you get the N2O plate on, this spacer and 3 regular gaskets, you should be close.
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