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Does anyone have a part# for a phenolic spacer on an Autolite 2100??
I'd like one thin enough to use the original carb studs.
 

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I would think you can find one at your local parts store, if not, then you can always stack gaskets, that works also.
 

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We sell them for the 1968 390-2V.
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Factory two barrel carburetor spacer plate. Positions carburetor above intake manifold for proper linkage operation. With PCV fitting at rear. Unique to the X code 390-2V premium fuel engines.


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</td></tr></tbody></table></td></tr></tbody></table>They are normally in stock. They are 1/2 inch thick. Should work on any Autolite or Motorcraft 2V carburetor. The butterflies are the larger size on that 390 carburetor though.
 

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Thanks guys..I have one about 3/8".
I guess I'll need to put in longer studs.
 
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