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09-07-2006 12:17 PM
Tech @ BG
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Originally Posted by 66 CT Stang
On my stang I have a holley carb tri power setup. On top of each carb it says "list 2881", "list 2882" and "list 2868", but these #'s aren't coming up on a search on the holley site. I am looking to find rebuild kits for these carbs... any suggestions?

2881, & 2882 came off of an original 1965 Ford 3-2 BBL 289.
2868 would have come off of a 63-64 Comet, Fairlane & Falcon 3-2 BBL with a Hi-Perf., 260 or 289.
09-06-2006 06:18 PM
chevmal
Carbs

Try the mor-tec site, they list a lot of Holleys. Al
02-01-2003 03:38 AM
KULTULZ [quote]Holley's Tech Service Group provides fast help on Holley products to pit crews on the NASCAR, NHRA and IHRA race circuits. They know muscle car engines, show car engines and marine engines. It is the best technical support available to the performance market, and it's free to Holley customers.

Call (270) 781-9741 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (CT), or fax your question to (270) 781-9772.<hr></blockquote>

At the least, contact HOLLEY directly. Do not be talked into buying a cheap set of repair kits as this will only give you grief.

Let us know what they say...
02-01-2003 02:56 AM
woodz428 You might also try;
www.gerlecreek.com they specialize in Ford trips.
01-31-2003 08:55 PM
KULTULZ I suggest you order a copy of -The Tri-Power Technical Guide-.

Everything you need will be in this tech manual.
01-31-2003 05:16 PM
66 CT Stang
Identifying TriPower Holley Carb Setup

On my stang I have a holley carb tri power setup. On top of each carb it says "list 2881", "list 2882" and "list 2868", but these #'s aren't coming up on a search on the holley site. I am looking to find rebuild kits for these carbs... any suggestions?

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