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Post  fkyingtigre on Thu Dec 26, 2013 12:14 pm

I don't subscribe to this list so am placing my response here. Hope that the person placing the original question will see it or someone will move it to that thread.

To the inquiry about the part number for the [b]Testors/McCoy Spraybar. I have noted that their "old" numbering system often indicated engine size. For example, I'm looking at a Gasket set for a .35 that carries the part number 8317 (3560M). In this case, I'd guess that part number 1927 might belong to a 19. May be worth checking out.



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