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Username Post: Wavy washers        (Topic#362513)
Travs55 
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Travs55
Loc: Houston, Texas
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09-09-20 01:19 PM - Post#2803126    

I know that some of you rebuild your carburators. I am in the process of rebuilding my Carter 2351s for my ‘55 BelAir and I want to know does anyone know a source for the paper thin wavy washers that are used as spacers on the throttle shafts? Thanks!!



 


Ron of Chicago 
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09-09-20 05:12 PM - Post#2803149    
    In response to Travs55

I have a place here in Florida that is called Fastenal. They have assortments of the thin wavy washers. Or you could try Googling "Hardware"
Good luck in you seach.
Ron



 
junky 
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09-09-20 06:26 PM - Post#2803155    
    In response to Ron of Chicago

The last time I was in Fastenal, they told me that Corporate had mandated a $25 minimum purchase. I now use McMaster-Carr for small item purchases.
https://www.mcmaster.com/wave-washers/

Never argue with an idiot. He'll drag you down to his level, then beat you with experience.


 
Travs55 
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09-09-20 06:43 PM - Post#2803157    
    In response to junky

Thanks, I really appreciate your help.



 


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