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Offline little red

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kirban fpr diphragm kits
« on: October 17, 2012, 07:11:26 PM »
so iv looked high and low  there isnt a web site that i can find that carry a diphragm kit for the kirban 5005 fpr. Is there a someone that carries them. ive looked at the following web site kirban, stanger proformance , late model restorations, ca fords, foureyeford , craiglist , ebay .....ect and the list goes on , does anyone got anthing on this subject please thanx little red
whats up peps I own 73 runabout 2.3t swap, spd, pimp ecu, subframe connectors. Ive had this car for 10yrs and have done the work my self the car has been in my family for 30yrs. Alway looking for parts and I have a few my self too, please feel free to message me

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kirban fpr diphragm kits
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2012, 07:36:46 AM »
I'm not really sure if the do this sorta part but "egghead" used to have a website for obsolete parts.
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