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  1. I found these folks in the Czech Republic through eBay and then started dealing directly with them through their website. They offer EVERYTHING that a Weber could want. So far, customer service has been exceptionally good and I'm awaiting my first shipment of genuine, made in the EU, Weber parts to rebuild my 40 DCOE carbs. They may not have the best pricing you might find on Part X, but they have the whole enchilada and things will tend to even out. You can also buy complete DCOE carbs (with air horns) through them for what I think is a great price; currently $323 as of October, 2021. And, you can specify the jetting that you want. I suspect they will be very amenable to air horn changes too. Of course, there's an international shipping charge on everything, but still. . .
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  2. Use this tyre size calculator to calculate the diameter, width, sidewall, circumference, and revolutions per mile of any tyre. Just type in a metric or standard size tyre and click calculate. Inch measurement tyres are fairly easy to understand however metric tyres use a more difficult system to read. The first number on a metric tyre is the width. Divide this by 25.4 to get inch equivalent. The third number generally preceded by an "R" is the wheel diameter. The sidewall and aspect ratio are used in metric sized tyres to determine the overall height of a tyre. The second number on a metric tyre is to calculate the side wall measurement. The sidewall height is a percentage of the width of the tyre. This second number is that percent. The sidewall height or "aspect ratio" of a 285/75/R16 tyre is 75% of 285mm.
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  3. The Engine Design Utility is designed to allow you to quickly try different engine part combinations, using your own specified components
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  4. 240zrubberparts.com is the home of the original cast rubber and plastic parts, not a 3D printed copy of our product. We own ALL the molds. We provide many reproduction rubber parts that are NLA, or No Longer Available from Nissan. All of our 240z reproduction rubber parts are made in house and we don't outsource any of the rubber parts. Each rubber part is made from the best materials available to ensure you a quality product. You can be sure that these rubber parts will last for years of continuous use. All of our rubber parts are made in the USA and hand inspected for a finish you can be proud of.
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  5. Great source for many rare and hard to find reproduction parts. If you are looking for electrical, rubber, ID plates, stickers, etc... take a look at what Bonzai has to offer.
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