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Old 10-02-2006, 11:38 PM   #1
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Does anybody know a place to get these cheap? I would need two 3" clamps and 1 3.5" clamp for the one on my throttle body. The cheapest place I could find was StylinMotors (where I got my silicone reducer). But I'd rather not pay $9 for shipping of 2 tiny clamps.

I found a 2-pack at Advance of aluminum clamps for $16...that'* still expensive IMO.

EDIT: I just thought Home Depot may have these? Anyone know?

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I stumbled upon this link on here last week and bookmarked it. It looks like your clamps would be around 10 dollars shipped. not to sure about the company but someone recommended them for couplers. http://www.siliconeintakes.com . Good luck.
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Thanks..I forgot about them...and I actually thought of ebay and found them selling two 3" for $5, plus $5 for shipping. A lot better than most places.
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I've recommended them to several people for couplers and that'* where Hans got his
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I got my coupler from Stylin Motors, and although it'* awesome quality, $9 for shipping wasn't easy to swallow.
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Pete...I'm looking for a couple also. 3.75-4.25"

Let'* go in together and split shipping.
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Pete...I'm looking for a couple also. 3.75-4.25"

Let'* go in together and split shipping.
Is that the actual clamping ability you posted Bill? I actually bought some on ebay last night.. PM SENT.
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