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    RAIDER RUNNER BULLRAIDER's Avatar
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    Need Bolt Hole Size

    OK...... .I am work and forgot to bring my carbs.... I am going to make a bracket for my 46's to stay together, "stainless", of course, what I need to know is what size is the hole the bolt goes through on the pump outer cover ?is the same for the 44 sbn also, any one got one handy .thanks...
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    M6 clearance. 6.5mm or 1/4"

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    Thumbs up

    You know.......I thought about asking you right after I posted that, thanks BUD............off to the machine shop....I made my own rear exhaust outlet for my Raider also............and the block off

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    Cool. I'd love to see that rear exhaust. I made my own block off too

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