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Nos Dellorto Ua16 Remote Float Carburetor Ducati Benelli Moto Guzzi 48 50 65 on 2040-motos

US $225.00
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:0
Location:

San Jose, California, United States

San Jose, California, United States

Benelli All description

NOS with 45-degree float.  USED 20-degree float (suitable for Ducati) also included, see last photos.

Choke lever isn't connected to anything.  Otherwise the carb is beautiful internally, exterior a little dull but will suit a restored or unrestored machine just fine.

Combined shipping NO PROBLEM.  Good luck and thanks for looking.

Buyers please note:  If you're buying multiple items (and lots of folks do), then when you're finished, please either 'Request Total from Seller' (me) or just wait for an invoice.  Ebay's shipping calculator is terrible and I ALWAYS combine shipping when possible for the cheapest cost to you.

Thanks for the help.

Joe

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