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330 GTC Part needed

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  1. KenGoldman

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    I need a part for my 330 GTC S/N 11269.

    There was a small fracture where the banjo bolt connects to the fuel rail to the carburetor.

    Does anyone know who may have a part like this available---or if anyone is remaking parts such as this??

    Thanks for the help

    Ken Goldman
     
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  3. Bob Zambelli

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    Ken - I may have what you need.
    Please post a photo.
    Bob Z.
     
  4. TTR

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    Can you clarify whether the “fracture” is in the bolt, fuel rail or the carburetor?
    A photo or two might be helpful.
    Or part number.
     
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  5. KenGoldman

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    #4 KenGoldman, Nov 10, 2020
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  6. TTR

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    Sorry but the pictures seem to feature all my aforementioned items with no clear indication of which is the one in your inquiry, although there appear to be some suggestion of it being the inlet* on the carburetor top.
    Placing a sharp end of a pencil next to and/or pointing out the area or item in question in a photo is often helpful.

    *If carburetor inlet, is it cracked or possibly just internally stripped ? Either way, it might be repairable.
     
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  8. KenGoldman

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    Thanks Timo.

    I think we are getting something for replacement--as this has been repaired before.

    Ken Goldman
     

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