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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Bakes56, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. Bakes56

    Bakes56 Rookie

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  3. Glassman

    Glassman F1 World Champ
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    Not Correct.
     
  4. Ashman

    Ashman Two Time F1 World Champ
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    They look like plugs you can buy at True Value hardware stores for $2.00 a piece.
     
  5. Maranello

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    #4 Maranello, Nov 12, 2009
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  6. epdowd

    epdowd Formula Junior
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    Anybody got any tips on how to keep them from falling out?
     
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  8. yale

    yale Formula Junior

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    Kerry uses silicon.
     
  9. michael bayer

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    Tom Shaughnessy had some made several years ago if you need some M
     
  10. Bakes56

    Bakes56 Rookie

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    Thanks to all.... my suspicions verified, I will contact Tom S for a price.
     
  11. 330gt

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    No, I safety wire them.
     
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  13. WALLYTOD

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    Mine have been wired in for years and have not fallen out!
    330 2+2.
    Wally
     
  14. Trachsel

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  15. peterp

    peterp F1 Veteran

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    I was able to order a set from Wide World of Cars parts department. They're a Ferrari dealer in NY. They don't stock vintage parts, but they hunted down a third party supplier, ordered a few sets for inventory, and shipped one set to me. I don't recall the price, but it was reasonable (less than the Europe supplier I was looking at the time because there was no international shipping charge). They ordered a few sets because they wanted to have some in stock, but that was a long time ago so they may be gone now. You might want to give them a call if you're still looking.
     

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