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Photo 1 shows 3 carb support rods that are all about 14-1/2 in long over all. Pics 2, 3, and 4 show details.

I "think" they all are from 105 series 1750's but not sure about the variations.

2 have weld on nuts at top, one does not and it is about 1/8" longer. One, with the nuts, has a clearance detent at the bottom for the starter I think.

Can anyone add clarification as to the applications.

Also does any one know the lengths of the 1600 and 1300 versions. I guessing the 2 litre length to be the same as the 1750.

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More carb supports

Here are a couple of pics of 2 more supports the I hope someone can ID for me. They are about 13-1/2' long overall.

One has a much smaller bottom end (on left) than the others and no nuts. That might make its effective length center to center longer??
The other has weld on nuts.

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Another Carb mount from GTAj?

This one is,I am almost certain, from a GTAj and attaches under the Weber DCOE 45s on the single tud on the carb bottom. I'll will edit when I get a length.

Did the GTAs and/or the GTA Corsa's have a similar but longer support??

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any one have knowledge???

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I've been thru the same ID question and found out a little.....
Was told that the one with the "notch" is for a 2.0.
The one with the small lower bush is a 101 Veloce.
The ones with the welded on nuts are for the '69- up 105/115 euro with the airbox on the carb side.
I used one of these on my 1750 and ground the nuts off !!
Randy
 
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