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    Default Dellorto parts in USA?

    I need new studs to mount my Dellorto DHLA 45 carbs to their manifolds. Can anyone recommend a source within the US? Looking online the only possibility I've found is CB Performance. They show lots of parts but I don't see the studs. Need to get them ASAP...

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    Did you try calling them? They might not have it listed. You can also check with Pierce Manifolds. They're a Weber dealer but I would think the hardware would be very similar. Here: https://www.piercemanifolds.com/default.asp
    Bruce

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    Pierce Manifolds had the studs, and Thackery washers. Thanks so much.

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    Glad they were able to help.
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    Mcmaster-Carr should have everything you need. You just need to know the size and pitch of the threads.
    https://www.mcmaster.com/threaded-rods

    One of these is very handy as well.
    https://www.threadtoolsupply.com/wal...d-checker.html

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    FYI I tried McMaster, and they didn't have what I need. Seems these items are specific to European carb mounting.

    Quote Originally Posted by John B View Post
    Mcmaster-Carr should have everything you need. You just need to know the size and pitch of the threads.
    https://www.mcmaster.com/threaded-rods

    One of these is very handy as well.
    https://www.threadtoolsupply.com/wal...d-checker.html

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    A bit more info for the record: Don't know why I didn't think of them to begin with, but Dave Bean Engineering has everything for this. They even have custom stainless studs that are machined specifically for this application with slightly larger diameter shafts to better locate and stabilize the carbs. The Dave Bean catalog, and Ken at Dave Bean, were both very helpful.

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