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Got one of the old cars runnning today that hasn't been cranked in a long time (Pertronix ignition and I really like it so far) and noticed a drip that seems to be coming from the plug in the side of the float bowl adjacent to the tube that runs from the front bowl to the rear. I'm almost sure that it's not the o ring on the tube leaking. This is a 585 or 600 Holley like came on some of the high horse small blocks. If it proves to be true, any quick fix other than a float bowl? I've just never seen one leak there.
 

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2bluels6s call this number 474-9344 and ask for greg he is the best carb man that i have found in macon i have known him for around 20 yrs and he wont BS you around tell him i sent you DERRELL.

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If it is a casting plug that's leaking, you can seal it with J.B. Weld. Clean it off with brake clean, and smear a little over the plug.
 
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