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    Throttle Body

    Found this when I removed my TB from my 1973S....I assume it can't be repaired?

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    Senior Member NorthernThrux's Avatar
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    Common. I have one like that but no piece to epoxy back on. You can epoxy a sleeve and put a good repair together. Functionally it doesn't matter, the main piece is more than enough to hold it down using the stock washer and nut.

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