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    WTB: Weber/Zenith Drop Links

    Hi Everyone:

    I am looking for a pair of Weber or Zenith throttle drop links for my Weber 40IDA.
    Please let me know if you got any for sale.

    Best,
    Ravi
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    1971 911T/ restoring to S-spec Coupe / Gold Metallic on Black
    1995 911 C2 / Guards Red on Cashmere Beige (Sold)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgupta250 View Post
    Hi Everyone:

    I am looking for a pair of Weber or Zenith throttle drop links for my Weber 40IDA.
    Please let me know if you got any for sale.

    Best,
    Ravi
    I have them new. Can send you pictures.

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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