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Old 03-10-2007, 09:39 AM
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tunnel ram linkage help needed

after much thought i have decided to keep my holley 4160 450cfm carbs mounted in-line on my wiend t-ram sbc. i would like to set up with progressive linkage, that way i have the option of going 1:1 if i want. i cant find a source for complete kit that includes parts needed for intake manifold mounting arms. all the kits i find are just the carb to carb parts. any ideas on where to find good quality parts or complete kit? thanks.
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been looking at summit. seems they do not have complete or high quality unless you are using the side-mount system.
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try jegs then

http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/store...10313_-1_10267

Seems to me that mr gasket has individual parts to make up your own linkages.

I thought offy did too, but I couldn't find it on the website.
Weiand has some in line linkage kits that might work.

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